José Henrique Borghi- Founder of Mullen Lowe Agency

José Henrique Borghi is one of the most renowned names in the Brazilian Advertising world. José has designed ads for leading brands such as Unilever, Mitsubishi, Sazon, Ox Cosmetics, and Fiat. Additionally, through his advertising firm Mullen Lowe Brasil, José Henrique Borghi has been able to come up with the crème de la crème and loved advertisements in the advertising industry such as “The Mammals of Parmalat,” which was directed towards wildlife conservation. Due to his skills of over two decades in the advertising industry, Henrique has assisted many companies to achieve their goals by designing for them marketing campaigns, and highly efficient ads. José feels that his organization Mullen Lowe Brasil needs to evolve and come up with new advertising, and marketing plans to ensure that they remain the leading firm in the advertising industry.

Before founding Mullen Lowe, José Henrique Borghi worked in many Fortune 500 companies, therefore gaining skills that have helped him get big clients. Currently, he has partnered up with Andre Gomes to form Mullen Lowe Brazil where he functions as the co- CEO. José Henrique Borghi studied Advertising and Propaganda and graduated at Pontifical Catholic University. In 1989, after finishing his studies, Henrique began his career at Standart Ogilvy agency. Later José Henrique Borghi moved on to work with other top ad agencies such as Leo Burnett, Talent, DM9/DDB, and FCB. After working with many advertisement agencies, José Henrique Borghi decided to partner up with Erh Ray to open their ad agency known as BorghiErh agency. Henrique, together with Ray started the organization (BorghiErh agency) from scratch with no investors, godfather, or bank but the two (José Henrique Borghi, and Erh Ray) worked hard leading to their success. In 2006, having had so many achievements, José Henrique Borghi decided to split the leadership of the organization with Erh Ray.

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