- Member, Marketing & Advertising Global Network (MAGNET)
- Certified, Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) – National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
- Certified, Hispanic Business Enterprise (HBE) – United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)
- Member, Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA)
- Member, American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
- Member, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)
- Member, Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA)
- Trustee, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce (GMCC)
- Member, South Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFHCC)
- Member, Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council (SFMSDC)
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KILLER WORK. GREAT CLIENTS. AMAZING REWARDS.
201611 ADDY Awards (3 Gold/8 Silver)
4 Telly Awards
201525 Communicator Awards (5 Gold, 20 Silver)
12 Davey Awards (2 Gold, 10 Silver)
12 Telly Awards (1 Silver, 11 Bronze)
10 ADDY Awards (3 District, 7 Local)
7 W3 Awards (Best in Show, 2 Gold, 4 Silver)
Best Marketing/PR Firm Using Tech Innovation & Social Media to Reach Latinos - LATISM
Social Media Icon - Honorable Mention - PR News
Best in Show - DTC Perspectives
Best Television Campaign (Gold) - DTC Perspectives
Best Website (Gold) - DTC Perspectives
Best Hispanic Campaign (Gold) - DTC Perspectives
Best Digital Campaign (Silver) - DTC Perspectives
Best Disease Education (Silver) - DTC Perspectives
Best Point-of-Care Program (Silver) - DTC Perspectives
201417 ADDY Awards (Gold/District, 3 Gold, 14 Silver)
11 MARCOM Awards (6 Platinum, 5 Gold)
11 Davey Awards (1 Gold, 10 Silver)
¡Bravo! Award for Best National Integrated Marketing Campaign - HPRA
Appy Award (Best Mapping/Navigation App)
Best Corporate Marketing Campaign - MM&M Awards
Best Overall Campaign - DTC Perspectives
Best Disease Education Advocacy Campaign - DTC Perspectives
Best Hispanic Health Campaign - DTC Perspectives
Best Multicultural Point-of-Care Campaign - DTC Perspectives
Best Agency Using Social Media to Reach Latinos - LATISM
20137 MARCOM Awards (2 Platinum, 2 Gold, 3 Mentions)
4 Davey Awards (Gold)
6 Telly Awards (People’s Choice Telly, 5 Bronze)
ADDY Award (Gold)
20125 Davey Awards (2 Gold, 3 Silver)
4 Telly Awards (2 Silver, 2 Bronze)
PRSA Silver Anvil Award
PRSA Silver Anvil Award of Excellence
PRSA Bronze Anvil Award
17 ADDY Awards (2 District, 15 Local)
201128 ADDY Awards (6 District, 22 Local)
201012 ADDY Awards (2 National, 3 District, 7 Local)
- 2016 Advertising Age Small Agency of the Year
- 2016 Top Entreprenuerial Award "South Florida & Beyond" category - Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce
- 2015 Top Places to Work in PR, PR News
- 2015 Corporate Plus® Designation, National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
- 2015 Proclamation of "República Day" by the City of Miami
- 2015 Inc. 5000 Honor Roll - Five Consecutive Years on Inc. magazine 5,000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America
- 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America
- 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 Advertising Age's Top U.S. Agencies From All Disciplines
- 2015 Advertising Age's Top 14 U.S. Hispanic Agencies
- 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2009 South Florida Business Journal's Largest Advertising Agencies in South Florida
- 2015, 2014 South Florida Business Journal's 100 Top Private Companies
- 2014 Advertising Age's Top 15 U.S. Hispanic Agencies
- 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 South Florida Business Journal's 50 Fastest-Growing Businesses
- 2014 The Business Journal's Top 10 Agencies in Florida
- 2013 Advertising Age's Top 20 U.S. Hispanic Agencies
- 2013 The Agency Post's 100 Fastest-Growing Advertising Agencies in America
- 2013 UWire's Top 25 Public Relations Firms on Social Media
- 2013 Florida Trend magazine's Largest Advertising Agencies in Florida
- 2013 Goya Hispanic Achievement Award - U.S. Spain Chamber of Commerce - New York
- 2013, 2012, 2011 Hispanic Business magazine's Top 500 Hispanic Businesses in America
- 2013 Co-Founders Jorge A. Plasencia and Luis Casamayor named Global Agency Innovators by The Internationalist magazine
- 2013 Trailblazer - "Mad Men, Miami Style" - Fortune magazine
- 2012 Advertising Age's Top 25 U.S. Hispanic Agencies
- 2012 Voted one of top two South Florida-based agencies by the readers of Daily Business Review
- 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award®
- 2012 Miami's Ultimate CEO by the South Florida Business Journal
- 2011 National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Supplier of the Year Award
- 2011 Proclamation of "República Day" by Miami-Dade County
- 2011, 2010, 2009 Advertising Age's Top 50 U.S. Hispanic Agencies
- 2011 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce CEO of the Year
- 2011 Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States (CAMACOL) Entrepreneur of the Year
- 2011, 2009 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Top 100 Minority Business Awards
PRINCIPLES & FOUNDATION
- 1We strive to be authentic in everything we do.
- 2Losing money is easy to turn around, losing our reputation isn’t. We guard it above all else.
- 3We believe in talent. Talent is our key to success.
- 4We want our talent to excel and develop to their fullest potential. So we help República employees and partners forge a path to the success that they desire.
- 5Our talent is compensated for the value they generate, not just the hours they work. We want our clients to compensate us this way too.
- 6We believe in a team approach to our work. Dedicated client teams are at the core of our business.
- 7We value people who accept responsibility and mean it when they say: “The Buck Stops Here.” We feel that our clients need to live by this philosophy as well.
- 8We’re transparent and have nothing to hide. We act ethically and are loyal to each other and to our clients.
- 9We understand that we’re not right for every client. We will resist the temptation to work for everyone and will only choose clients that inspire us.
- 10República focuses on creating value for clients with every move we make, every job we take.
- 11We believe in Great Work, Great People and Great Clients, which will naturally result in Great Growth. But we don’t pursue Growth by itself because it usually won’t result in Great Work, Great People and Great Clients.
- 12We will be compensated fairly for the value we provide and say no to unreasonable expectations. We’d rather turn down work than take on something that we can’t deliver at the highest level.
- 13Speaking of great work, we like the fun, exciting and fulfilling kind.
- 14Above All, somos familia. We believe in family, our own families and our República family. Everyone contributes to the vision, goals and purpose of República because this is the purpose of it all: To create something great and share it with the people we love.
In 2005, then Univision-exec Jorge A. Plasencia and Cosmyk founder Luis Casamayor noisily occupied the corner booth at a Miami eatery as they hashed out plans for a new kind of agency.
Countless caffeine-fueled conversations and strategy sessions since then had culminated into a familiar narrative: There was a seismic multicultural shift, but most agencies weren’t addressing it. Their challenge was to create an integrated communications firm that represented the cultural and digital revolution happening throughout the United States—and the world.
They founded República in November 2006, and in just a few years the company became one of America’s fastest-growing independent agencies.
Fast-forward a decade, and today many of the world’s top marketers trust República as their partner to connect with the most culturally diverse, technologically advanced consumer base in American history.
For an agency that consistently over-delivers on that promise, the sentiment of perpetual evolution and unflinching cultural relevance has created the foundation for brands to keep in lockstep with the ideals, insights and consumption habits of a general market that’s as multicultural as it's ever been.
And all while building a familial culture of caring for the community, and recognition by the industry as a nimble agency that delivers relevant, effective work.