Jose Henrique Borghi has achieved tremendous success in the Brazilian advertising industry, and it is all because of his unconventional ideas and ad campaigns that he has created for his clients over the years. Jose Borghi is the man behind one of the most popular advertisements of all time that he created and conceptualized for wildlife conservation. The ad named “Mammals of Parmalat” is still remembered by many as one of the most inspiring ads ever created in Brazil.Jose Henrique Borghi currently holds the designation of co-CEO at the third largest advertising agency in Brazil, Mullen Lowe Brazil.
Jose has played a very significant role in the success of the advertising agency and has also helped it get some of the big accounts. Even though Jose Borghi has worked with many companies over the years, some of his clients that are worth mentioning are Mitsubishi, Unilever, and Fiat. The advertising campaign designed by Jose Henrique Borghi for Fiat Automobiles helped the company achieve great success after entering the Brazilian advertising market, and achieve its sales target quite easily.
José Henrique Borghi graduated in Marketing from the leading institution in the country, Pontifical Catholic University. He has worked with some of the top most advertising firms in the country, such as FCB, Talent, Leo Burnett, and DM9DDB. Working with the top ad agencies helped him gain the experience as well as the exposure needed to survive in this highly challenging and competitive profession.Jose Borghi has won many awards in the advertising world, including 20 Awards at the Cannes Film Festival, 16 Abril Awards, 7 Awards at the London Film Festival, 15 Awards at the New York Film Festival, and more. One of the reasons he continues to enjoy continuous patronage of his clients is that he has managed to deliver consistent results in the advertising business to his clients over the years, and he does so by providing unique and out-of-the-box solutions. You can also visit his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100017864474120