Hill Holliday
We Hit Harder

We help our clients fight the daily share battle by swinging hard and fighting smart. We stay laser-focused on the most important part of the equation: the idea. Nothing beats a good one. And every day we come to work and think more of them into existence to help our clients dominate the noisiest of categories.

They’re ideas based on hard-won consumer and cultural insights.

Ideas that move people emotionally and have teeth.

Ideas, in other words, that win.

 

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  • 51
    Years in Business
  • 4
    Agencies in Hill Holliday Group
  • 53
    Percentage of Women in Leadership
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disciplines

  • Advertising / Full Service
  • Communications Planning
  • Strategic Branding / Design
  • Data & Analytics
  • Branded Content / Content Creation
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locations

  • Boston, United States
  • New York, United States
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recent work.

Party City "The Children Are Coming"

In September 2017, we launched a new brand platform for Party City during the Halloween season: Oh, It’s On. Read More

Hill Holliday Supports Celiac Awareness

Pizza with scorpions. Pasta salad with thumb tacks. Cupcakes with rat poison. Hill Holliday partnered with the Celiac Disease Foundation and Beyond Celiac during Celiac Awareness Month to create a marketing campaign showing how painful it is to live with the disease. Read More

Bank of America Special Olympics World Games

Continuing its 30-year tradition of supporting Special Olympics, Bank of America has launched a new campaign by Hill Holliday in preparation for Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi. With #ChooseToInclude as the focal point of the games, Bank of America commissioned custom illustrations from artist Chuck Anderson, who has worked with Time Magazine for the Rio Summer Olympics, as well as many other projects with ESPN, the Chicago Bulls and the Wall Street Journal, to name a few. Read More

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