The International Offices tells brand stories for clients. We focus on strategic needs first, then the story and creative execution next.
We build a dedicated, senior-level team based on the needs of your marketing communications problem.
The International Offices is headed-up by Kevin Endres, a 25-plus year advertising creative veteran and former agency owner with experience in five markets on a variety of national brands and small, but equally-important, local brands. Here’s more about Kevin:
Kevin Endres is a writer. He’s been scribbling in the ad business for 25-plus years. Along the way he became a creative director and then an agency owner. (His agency was selected as one of Six Hot Regional Agencies in America.)
His pioneering non-fiction campaign, with two-time Oscar-winning director Barbara Kopple, was ranked by Advertising Age higher than Nike’s. Kevin then pioneered user-generated video before smart phones were even a glimmer in Steve Jobs’ eye.
Our dream was to create a video that shows the joy that makes our programs unique and piques the interest of anyone who might watch. Kevin and his team at The International Offices got it. It’s impossible for anyone to watch what The Offices produced and not smile. Oh, and it tells our story in a way that is better than we could have ever hoped.
Kevin has held creative and senior management positions at ad agencies around the country. He was recruited to Nashville by a Virginia-based agency to start its operations here. He or his work have been written up in advertising/marketing publications multiple times, as well as in general media. His work has been recognized with over a hundred awards including Addys, The One Show, Communication Arts, New York Art Directors Club, Advertising Age.
His favorite recognition was having his work referenced by Marty DiBergi in This is Spinal Tap. He’s still pissed that Steven Wright said “no” to being in one of his campaigns.
Kevin is a former board member of the American Advertising Federation Nashville (Chair of Speakers Committee), Nashville American Marketing Association (Chair of Healthcare Special Interest Group). He’s also served on the board of the Sexual Assault Center and is currently on the Board of the W.O. Smith Music School where he also teaches music to low-income children. He mentors at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center and teaches at the college level when he has a minute or two.