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A Look At The Career Of José Borghi


Jose Borghi is the President and Founder of the Mullen Lowe Advertisement Agency. When the company was founded, its name was Borghi Lowe. It is one of the most prominent advertisement companies based in the United States. In the Brazilian market, its influence and reputation precede its management and capability to deliver the best products and services to its clients. Jose Borghi is the man behind all the success the company has achieved since it was founded. According to him, his first appearance in the marketing world made his great move become the best entity in the Brazilian business community. He is also the man behind the campaign that featured children dressed and singing like animals. This was a song which passed a strong message in the election mood. While this campaign became one of the most respected advertisements in the world, he is still remembered as the man he used to be.

In the advertisement industry, he felt that his career would develop to become the best thing that ever happened in his life. Because he is dedicated to success and bête management in an organization, everyone in the company works to satisfy the needs of their clients and fulfill their contract for working at his business. For his reason, he feels he lacks nothing to attain success in all he does through the company. While many people worked to become lawyers and doctors in his class, he wanted to become a better businessman in Brazil. Or this reason, he went to found his company after a series of misfortune.

Jose Borghi believes that no one can assist you whenever you need assistance. When he was founding his company, it was revealed o him that no one wanted to put their money to support his mission. For this reason, he endeavored to develop a company which was working to hire workers.

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