As Brunet-García expands its reputation for building brands that inspire meaningful change, the agency hired a solid business development strategist to spearhead its work with private sector and nonprofit clients: Lisa Goodrich, a longtime consultant with deep ties in the community.
After 14 years in San Marco and just over a year in Downtown, Brunet-García Advertising has relocated to its new permanent home on the second floor of the Black Sheep building in Five Points in Jacksonville, Florida.
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.