Jose Borghi is a notable media personality in Brazil. He is the creator of the famous “Mammals of Parmalat” and “It is the love” campaigns among others. Borghi is deemed an advertising genius for his advertisement works rarely miss their target. His first major creation, “Mammals of Parmalat,” still lingers in people’s minds today, more than two decades later. Multinational companies simply find him irresistible.
Born in PresidentePrudente in Brazil, Borghi’s passion for media advertising dates back to his early years. He would attend performances at the Castro Neves Theater while still in junior high school. Upon completing high school, Jose Henrique Borghi joined PUC-Campinas University and graduated with a degree in Advertising and Propaganda. This achievement was his gate pass to the media and advertisement world.
Borghi’s first job after graduating in the year 1989 was as an editor at Standart Ogilvy. His talent saw him rapidly rise and move through several media advertisement firms, including FCB, DM9 / DDB, Talent, and Leo Burnett. After amassing adequate experience in the industry, he later started his agency by the name of BorghiErh in partnership with a friend Erh Ray.
After successful initial years, BorghiErh was acquired by Lowe to become Borghi Lowe. Later on, Borghi Lowe Merged with the Mullen group to become Mullen Lowe. This saw Borghi become a co-CEO alongside Andre Gomes. Borghi’s talent and widespread experience in Advertising enabled Mullen Lowe to venture into international markets successfully. This led to Borghi’s appointment as company’s CEO, with Andre Gomes becoming the Deputy CEO
Mullen Lowe under Jose Borghi has spearheaded advertisement campaigns for many corporations both domestically and internationally. Top of the list is Fiat, Unilever, Electrolux, Folha group, Asia Motors, Antartica, Arcor, Itau, American Express, Bank Boston, Globo, and Bunge.
His excellence in the media advertisement industry has seen him get crowned with many awards. His award achievements include 11 New York Festival Awards, 10 The One Show Awards, 7 London Festival awards, 14 Cannes Lions awards, 15 April Advertising Awards, and 10 Clios Awards. The APP also elected him as the 2009 Advertiser of the year.