Local efforts to support the food and beverage industry get promotional assists from area shops, an executive producer reunites with a downtown motion graphics studio, and several ad campaigns are reworked in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Some local magazines are on the hunt for a new printing press after a Lakeside print shop announced this week it would close and lay off its 184 employees.
Changes such as shifting away from live-action to alternatives such as motion graphics and animation have required some adjustments to Martin’s workforce, including cutting some positions and adding others more suited to certain work amidst coronavirus.
The state tourism office gets promotional assists from two Richmond-area firms, a couple podcasts receive local support, and several area shops put out new work related to the coronavirus crisis.
Like many of their peers across the country, some local news outlets are being hit hard by the coronavirus downturn, particularly those that put out print editions.
A new marketing firm has launched to provide services to other up-and-comers.
A neighborhood business association is forging ahead with a relaunch amid the coronavirus pandemic, with board members saying local businesses need the support now more than ever.
At a time when people around the world are looking for help in the face of crisis, a new TV documentary series that’s rooted in Richmond is putting a spotlight on international stories of overcoming struggle, through the lens of the business side of global giving.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to alter the world as we know it, area ad agencies are rolling out new work that’s playing a part in the response, while also adjusting how they reflect a cultural landscape that is changing by the day.
With public health concerns surrounding the coronavirus hitting the food and beverage industry particularly hard, a campaign from a Richmond ad agency is looking to help area restaurants and breweries stay afloat by bringing them revenue from a distance.