A longtime local spice-maker gets a new look from a downtown agency, an area brewery and a national cabinets retailer sign on with a Richmond firm, and The Martin Agency is named in a $50 million lawsuit from a former executive.
A resolution has been reached after a breakup within a local marketing agency earlier this year spawned a competing firm and a lawsuit in Richmond Circuit Court.
Lots of Martin Agency news with new work released and an end to a 13-year account, a local brewery and distillery get branding and design assists from a Richmond agency, and more in the latest roundup.
A former Martin Agency executive files a $25 million defamation lawsuit against a trade publication and other defendants, a local agency and animation studio team up on a campaign for the state fair, and an agency focused on food businesses restructures its ownership.
A Richmond-based movie light restorer gets a marketing assist from a local agency, a longtime PR director launches her own firm, and several shops report new work and hires.
As it prepares for a busy presidential election year, a growing local ad agency with a focus on political campaigns is expanding its footprint to the Lone Star State.
A locally produced ad campaign rolls out for the proposed Navy Hill project in downtown Richmond, a local agency is included in a winning pitch for a neighboring state lottery, and an area shop does work for a Manakin-Sabot-based Horseshoe crab blood supplier.
Coming out of a restructuring period that saw its ranks nearly halved, one of the longer-running agencies in Richmond’s ad scene is regrouping with the launch of a newly branded division that its leaders describe as reflecting a shift in the industry.
An area business organization gets a new website with help from a local agency, a former employee returns to a Richmond marketing firm, and two Brandcenter alums join the school’s faculty in the latest ad news roundup.
A former Martin Agency CEO lands a local gig, an area agency and film director collaborate on a MADD campaign, a homegrown documentary picks up an Emmy and lots of shops announce new clients and hires.