Jose Henrique Borghi is the CEO of Mullen Lowe, a prominent Brazilian advertising agency. Born in Presidente Prudente, Jose Henrique was initially undecided on which career to take on. He graduated in Advertising Propaganda from PUC-Campinas and began his journey to become one of the most successful advertisers in Brazil. Jose has always been innovative and thrives on meeting all goals his mindsets. Working as an editor for Standart Ogilvy he made visible progress. He opted to start his company despite having no capital and potential investors, with his wild creativity Jose managed to amaze the world with the ideas he innovated.
Jose Henrique created a market for himself both regionally and internationally. He has worked with the Down Syndrome Association and Honda Company in Brazil. Globally he has worked with Unilever, Delta Lines, American Express and Folha Group. Jose has received credit for creating meaningful campaigns that have a significant impact, for instance, the Mammals of Parmalat. Mullen Lowe also uploaded fun videos of Folha Top of Mind on Instagram that targeted the global audience.
To acknowledge his work the prominent Brazilian advertising agency has received several awards including Advertising Awards, London Festival Awards, Cannes Lions, New York Festival and the Big Brand Love Award. At the annual Crafting Brand for live awards, the Big Brand Love Award was received by Mullen Lowe Brasil for its film Cif-Cristo Redentor. The co-president of the agency, Jose Henrique acknowledged the collaboration for incorporating the necessary hard work required to bring an outcome that pleased both the client and the agency. The Brazilian advertising agency has rebranded itself after partnering with the Partners to form the Mullen Lowe Group and has already incorporated the name in its New York and London offices. Partnering with Partners will enable José to focus on writing and inventing significant work while his co-president Andre Gomes focuses on management.