José Henrique Borghi is one of the most influential advertisers in Brazil. The businessman started his successful career in the year 1989 when he was working for an advertising agency known as Standard Ogilvy. With a lot of hard work, José Henrique Borghi built his portfolio by working for different companies such as FCB, DM9/DDB, Leo Burnett, and Talent. In the year 2002, he partnered with a colleague to form an advertising agency known as BorghiErh.
Under the leadership of José Henrique Borghi, the advertising firm has done well in the field of advertising. The company has attained the respect of clients from different parts of the country. To increase its presence in the competitive market, the firm merged with an institution known as Lowe in 2006. They formed several other mergers to create Mullen Lowe. José Henrique Borghi is still the chief executive officer of the company.
The businessman has been in the marketing industry for twenty-five years. In these years, Borghi has managed to create some advertising that is considered to be the most important and creative in the competitive department. One of the most famous ads from him is one campaign where he designed an advertisement for Parmalat. The ad spoke about the prejudice to individuals in the country living with Down’s syndrome. The short campaign was successful thanks to the ad he designed. The businessman has worked with companies such as Honda. Kelloggs, Unilever, Mitsubishi, Procter, Electrolux, FIAT and many others.
While working in the advertising world, José Henrique Borghi has won several awards. Some of these include the 16 Abril Awards, 11 One Show, 12 Clios and many others. The businessman was recently given the Agency Professional in the country. The Brazilian Advertising Association presented the award. The association only honors individuals who show excellence in the advertising industry.