The Martin Agency wins top industry honors from Adweek, a Richmond vodka distillery gets a local marketing assist, and a national motorhomes manufacturer gets a brand refresh with help from a local shop.
A children’s hospital capital campaign gets a marketing boost from a local consulting firm, Brandcenter students draw up a new nickname and logo for an area high school, and a public utility company hires a Richmond firm.
Eighteen years after she first trained for the Richmond Marathon, the broadcast buyer with Lewis Media Partners was finally able to run the annual race.
Richmond’s Ad Person of the Year for 2020 had been working remotely long before the pandemic hit. We talk with her about how she fosters creativity from afar and her perspectives on her hometown’s ad scene from the outside looking in.
A national memorial promotes itself on social media with help from a local agency, Brandcenter students assist participants in a downtown business accelerator, and an area firm announces a slew of hires and promotions.
Colonial Williamsburg takes one of its stage shows to the screen with help from a Richmond studio, several area shops collaborate on the launch of a local injectables clinic, and a coffee-based nonprofit gets a digital advertising assist.
Hampden-Sydney gets a promotional magazine and blog from a Richmond agency, an animation studio hires a producer and promotes another, and several local firms collaborate on rebrands and websites for clients.
Scott’s Addition-based Arts & Letters Creative Co. is leasing the 21,000-square-foot Tobacco Row property, adding to its home base at 1805 Highpoint Ave.
An industry nonprofit taps a team of Brandcenter students to help promote its annual diversity conference, a downtown animation studio names a new creative director, and a state elections agency and a William & Mary-spawned poll worker recruitment group get new websites.
A Virginia Tech grad and former Verizon exec has a new financial backer on board to ramp up his company’s feature film output.