The Tuition Monster returns in a series of new spots, an area chamber of commerce releases a radio campaign promoting the Navy Hill project with help from a local agency, and several shops report new clients and hires.
One of Richmond’s longer-running ad agencies has taken on a new moniker, inspired by its owner’s southern African heritage.
A hard-iced-tea brand picks a local agency for creative and strategy work, a Richmond-based photographer picks up awards in an international competition, and an area PR firm gets a change of scenery in the latest roundup.
Richmond’s ad output kept flowing in 2019, with TV spots promoting local car companies, pro bono work for area nonprofits – even images that made it on a series of U.S. Postal Service stamps.
Two years after he was forced to part ways with the company that he led for five years and called home for a quarter century, former Martin Agency CEO Matt Williams has re-emerged on Richmond’s advertising scene, in a role that in some ways is bringing his career full circle.
A state assistance program for judges and lawyers gets a new website from a local firm, a personal training company in Henrico gets a promotional assist, and two downtown agencies add to their ranks in the latest roundup.
A Richmond distillery gets a new look from a local branding shop, a downtown agency makes a round of promotions, and more marketing news in the latest roundup.
A local photographer’s images make it onto the next crop of USPS Forever stamps, a local bank taps a UVA legend for its new campaign, an animation studio picks up awards for its first short film, and a newer agency in town picks up clients including a French wine importer.
A group effort by Richmond’s advertising community is bringing one of the industry’s more notable support organizations to town this weekend, with a goal of making a good impression to potentially attract more events here. The One Club for Creativity, a New York-based nonprofit that provides professional development and other services to its members, is… Read more »
Two Richmond-area marketing firms are upping their office footprints with moves about a mile from each other along the western edge of the city.