Richmond BizSense’s The Pitch has a wrap-up of Richmond items of interest to communicators. Below are a few of their May items. For the full report, click here.
Think has been hired by Georgetown Day School, a private school in Washington, D.C., to design its bi-annual magazine. The firm is also partnering with MBM Marketing to design and print Community Bankers Bank’s 2015 annual report.
Lewis Media Partners was awarded an annual contract by Dialogo, an international online news magazine for U.S. and foreign government and military use, to manage its site analytics and digital reporting. It will be working with Arlington-based Leonie Group on the project. The agency was also awarded a consulting contract with Pennsylvania-based home shopping network and e-commerce website QVC.
Create Digital has been hired by National Geographic Society to provide digital campaign support for educational initiatives. The Create Digital team developed a social media strategy for the National Geographic Bee that included campaign content and live event coverage on Facebook, Twitter and Periscope.
San Francisco-based H&L Partners opened an office at 15 S. 23rd St. in Shockoe Bottom and launched its “Good Morning Virginia” campaign for McDonald’s. The campaign, which includes TV, radio, online and out-of-home advertising, is a launching pad for a long-term breakfast strategy and aims to localize the global brand, and it is the first original creative produced for the brand for the Richmond/Shenandoah market in over a decade. The agency also launched its “Drink Run” campaign, meant to showcase the restaurant chain’s beverage variety.