Thomas H. Gilmore

Member Since March 2007
Member Type Supporter
AIGA Chapter Louisville
Title Director
Company Scoppechio
Email moc.gnidnarberomlig@1eromlight
Website gilmorebranding.com/
Field Brand and identity
Strategy
Package design
Bio I am an advertising and marketing professional with a strong background in the brand strategy, design and implementation of retail and consumer packaged goods innovations and initiatives. Making an emotive connection with an audience—by leveraging strategy and design—is at the heart of my work. I am responsible for managing the Scoppechio brand—developing holistic communication and positioning the agency with existing clients, new business opportunities, current and potential employees, as well as the advertising community. I also work to support our clients through holistic specialty service offerings, including consumer packaging, retail point-of-purchase and sales collateral. Additionally, my experience with higher education allows me to lead the agency’s Learning Academy initiative—a program developed to improve employee understanding of the agency’s business and foster a more collaborative community within the organization. My role leverages relationships across agency functions to facilitate strategic development and project execution—emphasizing both short and long term goals for the agency, while challenging the status quo, building consensus and leaning forward. Throughout my career, I have delivered the best possible level of creativity, service and leadership for a variety of clients including: Procter & Gamble, GE Appliances, Kraft, Yum! Brands, Darden, PepsiCo, Frito-Lay, Mead, Smucker's, Lowe’s, Tyson, Heinz, AT&T, Valvoline, Pfizer, Wendy's, Hunter, Borden, World Finer Foods, World Kitchen and John Morrell. I am committed to lifelong learning through intellectual, creative and personal growth—striving to inspire the next generation of creatives through my work as an Adjunct Faculty member at Miami University, University of Cincinnati and now University of Louisville.
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