Mullen Lowe is one of the leading advertising agencies in Brazil. More specifically, it is the third largest in the industry. The company currently has offices in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The agency is part of the larger global Mullen Lowe Group.
One of the leaders at the helm of Mullen Lowe Brazil is Jose Henrique Borghi. The Co-CEO of the ad agency has more than two decades of experience in advertising. Having graduated with an advertising degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas, he kicked off his career at Standard Ogilvy in 1998. He then worked for a number of ad agencies in and outside the country such as Leo Burnett, Talent, and BM9DDB. By the end of 2002, he felt that he had amassed enough professional experience and decided to launch his own agency, BorghiErh. Only four years later, his company would merge with the global brand Lowe + Partners. After a few cycles of corporate restructuring, the new outfit was renamed the Mullen Lowe Group in 2015. Mr. Borghi was thereafter named the co-CEO together with Andre Gomes and learn more about Borghi.
Over the years Mr. Borghi has on media campaigns for some very prominent brands. Some of these brands include Honda, Fiat, Sazon, Parmalat, and the Brazilian Down Syndrome Foundation. In his current capacity at Mullen Lowe Brazil, he oversees an even greater portfolio of clients including multinational brands such as Unilever’s Omo, Vim, CloseUp, Rexona and Lifebuoy, and Boehringer Ingelheim’s Pharmaton, Anador, Antisax and more information click here.
Despite his significant success, Mr. Borghi remains quite simple. His down-to-earth nature has seen him become known in the Brazilian advertising scene as the company leader who only wears jeans. His simple approach to life also applies to his personal life as he makes it a point to spend time with his family every single day.