Brunet-García Creative Director Eduardo Sarmiento discusses the need for creative messages that are culturally relevant and match consumers’ preferences.
This year has been one of growth and expansion for Brunet-García. Since January, the agency has added several new clients and nine new employees. Based on the agency’s growth last year, the Jacksonville Business Journal named Brunet-García one of the area’s fastest-growing companies of 2018.
Two projects near and dear to Brunet-García took home 12 ADDYs in the American Advertising Federation’s Fourth District, which covers Florida and the Caribbean: a poster series for Phase Eight Theater Company and the agency’s 2017 collection of promotional holiday cards.
Three Brunet-García projects with deep connections to the Jacksonville community won 2018 Angel Awards for Excellence in Public Service Advertising from the American Advertising Federation’s (AAF) Fourth District: Yellow House, 100 Plates, and See the Girl.
When Brunet-García sought an executive vice president of engagement strategies to lead public relations and social media, the agency found the perfect fit right in its own backyard of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida: Kimberley Collins, formerly senior vice president and executive director at Golin.