Giles-Parscale founder Jill Giles will serve as creative director of the newly branded Giles Design Bureau, which employs 15 people.
A pioneer in the San Antonio tech scene who worked with Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016 will run the president’s full campaign in 2020.
CloudCommerce, which earlier this year acquired Giles-Parscale, is seeking to acquire local web design company WebTegrity with plans to merge the two firms.
It seems counterintuitive to suggest that Giles-Parscale has a serious brand and identity problem here at home.
A San Antonio web design firm has grown into the single biggest vendor to the campaign of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, elevating one of its partners to the forefront of national politics and drawing attention to the Alamo City’s burgeoning technology scene.
As Donald Trump moves to professionalize his presidential campaign, the presumptive Republican nominee is assembling a stable of political talent with ties to Texas and its junior U.S. senator — Trump’s former rival in the race for the White House.
Chef Andrew Weissman, who first gained a regional and national following with Le Rêve in the heart of downtown and has since expanded his culinary reach to River North, the Pearl and beyond, will open Signature at La Cantera Hill Country Resort & Spa.
Chris Duel, one of San Antonio’s most energetic radio personalities over the last decade, is suddenly going tech and science on us and taking his Geek-inspired game to KLRN-TV public television.