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Az Business names Most Influential Women of 2016

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They are innovators, trailblazers and leaders of industry. They are Az Business magazine’s Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2016, as selected from a pool of more than 1,000 candidates by the editorial team at Az Business magazine and a panel of industry experts. “While their resumes and industries may differ, the women we… Read More →

ADDYs showcase the best in Arizona advertising

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The ADDY Awards is the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition, recognizing the creative spirit and excellence in the art of advertising. Here are the 2016 winners: Best of Show: RIESTER, Arizona Department of Health Services, DeNoble Files, integrated campaign Copywriting of the Year: RIESTER, Arizona Department of Health Services, DeNoble Files, integrated campaign… Read More →

RIESTER HQ moves to the Camelback Corridor

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by in AZRE Magazine | Office

RIESTER moved its offices to a more spacious and centrally situated building in the Phoenix-metro area. ‘RIESTER on Camelback’ is located at 3344 E. Camelback Road and marks a new era for the Firm that formerly operated for more than 18 years from two adjacent buildings in the Roosevelt Historic District. RIESTER’s move was made possible by… Read More →

RIESTER brings home 8 gold ADDYs

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The 2016 prestigious awards show hosted by the American Advertising Federation — the ADDYs— was an electric evening for RIESTER. The Firm was selected as best in class for copywriting and art direction with the presentation of the awards titled, Copywriting of the Year and Art Direction of the Year. Individual work resulted in eight Gold ADDYs,… Read More →

FDA picks Riester for anti-smoking campaign

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by in Business News | Marketing | Small Biz

Adweek has reported that the FDA has picked six agencies — including Phoenix-based Riester, which has previously been involved in youth tobacco prevention advertising — to work on a new anti-smoking initiative, which together have a spend ceiling of $390 million over the next five years. Ending a bidding process that began in September 2011, Grey,… Read More →