Jose Henrique Borghi is one of the most famous names in the advertising world in not only Brazil but the world over. He has created and developed some of the most famous ads, which are referenced till date, including the ad he created for Wildlife Conservation, named The Mammals of Parmalat. The ad is very touching and struck a chord with the audience immediately, and is still loved by people.
From his early childhood itself, Jose had an interest in joining the advertising world. His interest in the field started when he watched some of the award winning ads from the world over at the Cannes Film Festival, where he went with his sister. He was so moved and inspired by what he saw that he decided then and there to make it big in the advertising world, and here he is today, serving as the co-CEO of Mullen Lowe Brazil, the most major advertising firm in the country. Mullen Lowe Brazil is the collaboration of two big names in the advertising world, Mullen from Italy and Lowe from Brazil. Jose Henrique Borghi’s firm that he started after he left Standard Ogilvy, BorghiErh Creative Intelligence, was also merged with Mullen Lowe Brazil.
Jose Borghi has won a lot of awards during his career spanning over 25 years. After completing his graduation in advertising and marketing from Pontifical Catholic University, he joined one of the top advertising firms in the world, Standard Ogilvy. He learned a lot during his time at Standard Ogilvy, and it helped him professionally in his future years as an advertising professional.
Few of the top awards Jose Henrique Borghi has won includes seven at London Festival, 12 Awards at Clios, 15 at NY Film Festival, and more. He has worked with other top leading advertising firms as well, including FCB, Standard Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, and DM9DDB.