A local agency rolls out a beer collaboration with a Richmond brewery, an Ashland nonprofit gets a rebrand with help from a native web designer, and an area photographer lands a national magazine cover in the latest roundup.
The state police department re-engages a former collaborator for a pair of awareness campaigns, a regional economic development group gets a local media-planning assist, and a Richmond jewelry store enlists an area firm for its latest ad campaign.
A marketing firm geared toward public safety agencies finds more elbowroom in Ashland, a local shop launches a campaign marketing mayo, and an agency based in London opens an office downtown.
A local used-car retailer rolls out a new ad campaign with help from multiple shops, a forthcoming restaurant in Lakeside gets a local branding assist, and a VCU alum and longtime employee launches a PR firm.
A Richmond-based used car retailer looks local for its lead creative agency, recruiters descend on the Brandcenter for its annual reverse career fair, and a local CEO is named Ad Age’s executive of the year.
Scott’s Addition gets a logo from a resident ad firm, a local agency launches a cultural impact team, and several shops announce promotions, new hires and clients.
The Brandcenter forms a new advisory council with some Richmond representation, a downtown market researcher’s work for a client leads to a branding gig for an agency’s local office, and an upcoming violin competition taps a local shop for a marketing campaign.
A national shrimp brand taps a local firm as its lead agency, multiple shops announce new hires and promotions, including several recruits from area peers, and a production studio’s Richmond office adds a creative director.
A local creative director is named a person to watch in an industry trade magazine, several area nonprofits get new websites, and staff changes and promotions at multiple shops in the latest roundup.
An area child development nonprofit gets a PSA from a previous collaborator, a downtown-based bank gets local rebranding help ahead of a $500 million acquisition, and area governments team up on an opioid awareness campaign.