Jose Borghi is Strengthening MullenLowe Network in Brazil

Jose Borghi has a created a powerful niche in the Brazilian advertising sector for the past 28 years. Borghi offered his advertising expertise to the Leo Burnett Agency’s clients as the vice president and later on as the president. He relinquished his position at Leo Burnett Agency in 2002 and joined hands with Erh Ray to create the BorghiErh Creative Intelligence Agency. Following a merger between Lowe and BorghiErh Creative Intelligence Agency in 2006, Borghi and his partner were named the co-CEOs of the new umbrella company.

Throughout his career, Borghi has leveraged his creativity and state-of-the-art technology to come up with fantastic adverts. He has bagged prestigious accolades and industry-leading recognitions. He is the brains behind the highly successful advertising campaigns for Mitsubishi, Ox Cosmetics, Antarctica, Electrolux, Unilever, Ox Cosmetics, and Antarctica. Borghi has also created innovative ad campaigns for Honda, American Express, and Antarctica.

Launching of Mullen Lowe Brasil

Mullen Lowe Group Network has effected a series of changes in both its organizational and leadership structure as a strategy for incorporating the Lowe network into the newly formed Mullen Lowe identity. After a rebranding, Borghi/Lowe has become Mullen Lowe Brasil. The mission of Lowe Network is to move all its Lowe agencies into the new MullenLowe branding, starting with Brazil as a capital for the Mullen Lowe Group Network.

As the co-CEO, Andre Gomes will take up the mantle of supervising the operations of the agency. He will work hand-in-hand with Jose Borghi in implementing the business strategies of company. Prior to the promotion, Andre Gomes had served as a senior employee of Lowe Network for nearly two years. On the other hand, Borghi will commit his time and expertise to the creativity and innovation section of Mullen Lowe.

Jose Borghi’s thoughts on rebranding

Borghi has termed the rebranding as an innovative strategy for placing Mullen Lowe on the global map as a leading advertising agency. He stated that the naming of Andre Gomes to the Mullen Lowe Brasil’s management team would fortify the management processes of agency and allow it to focus on creativity.

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James Dondero’s Corporate Heart has Compassion

In 1993, James Dondero founded Highland Capital Management. Like many finance companies, Highland Captial is an SEC-registered investment advice company. It’s one of the top investment advisers in the United States. Together, including its many affiliates, the company has an estimated $16 billion worth of assets under its management.

The firm works with many different client types, including public pension plans, high-funded foundations, large endowments, Fortune 500 corporations, renowned financial institutions, fund of funds, domestic and foreign governments, and high-net-worth persons.

James was able to build such a successful company by using his 30-plus years of experience. He’s known he’s wanted to be an analyst since he was accepted into a training program run by Morgan Guaranty.

James Dandero was accepted into the program the same year he earned dual majors from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. According to PR News Wire, James Dandero earned on both majors in Accounting and Finance.

This past October, Highland announced that it was awarding a $1 million challenge grant to The Family Place. The grant is designed to help The Family Place reach their fundraising goal of $16.5 million. Much of the money has been raised over the past year, and Highland just wants to ensure that The Family Place can finish out their fundraising strong.

The Legacy Campaign is only $2.8 million away from reaching its goal of $16.5 million. Highland Capital Management has promised to match 50 percent of any funds donated, up to $1 million, from now until the campaign ends.

In the short amount of time since Highland announced its challenge grant, The Family Place has received $200,000 toward their campaign goal.

James decided to extend a philanthropic hand and help the Dallas-based foundation after hearing a call to action by Mayor Mike Rawlings and Police Chief David Brown. The foundation offers support and provides services, like therapy and shelter, to families that are victims of family violence.