today, more than ever, our
work is about our people.
our people are our work.
For us it’s time to throw out all Starbucks and McDonald’s cups. Dunkin’ Donuts joins our menu of satisfied Clients.
Tere becomes the first Hispanic female in the AAF Hall of Fame as we move to our new home office with a great rooftop patio, sipping Sunny D, our new client.
Zubi is on the corner of happy and healthy with the news of the Walgreens win.
Michelle Zubi’s Labradoodle becomes our official mascot but only works half days.
After acquiring WAMU, Chase retains Zubi as their agency of record. We keep our 33-year financial service streak alive… and thriving.
It was great. Clay figurines of Joe and Michelle, a cartoon-like depiction of Coral Gables and a giant eraser causing ruckus everywhere it went. Those were the days.
Tere A. Zubizarreta† (1937-2007)
Like butter on your toast? Not exactly. Let’s do jam on tostadas and peanut butter por tu bien. The J.M. Smucker Co. partners with Zubi.
Way back in the day, before absolutely everything was going digital, Ford and Zubi decided it was time to go digital.
Zubi opens the new millennium with another great new partner in Olive Garden. Oh yeah, lets not forget the endless pasta bowls and unlimited breadsticks.
American Airlines makes visiting our satellite offices easier by giving Zubi their U.S. Hispanic account.
Zubi ends 1995 billing $25 million and begins 1996 billing $40 million with the addition of the Ford Motor Company account. Zubi is open for business in Detroit, Los Angeles and Dallas.
S.C. Johnson gives Zubi the Raid account. Over the years they have also recognized the need for cleaning and storage products among Hispanics.
They’re quite popular. Trips to the beach. Building homes for Habitat for Humanity. El Lucky Strike en la playa. But, it all started in 1992 with the first annual Zubi Picnic.
After 9 years working for other shops, it was time for Joe to head home.
Michelle Zubi brings her education in psychology to the family business.
Tere and company rent an RV, head north and serve the Winn-Dixie client an account winning meal that goes down in Zubi folklore.
Continuing her relationship-based approach, Tere convinces The Pepsi Bottlers, to become the largest account in Zubi’s young history.
Tere Zubi visits The Miami Herald every day for two weeks, immerses herself, builds relationships and wins the El Miami Herald account.
Zubi opens its doors with a $465 retainer, borrowed office space, a typewriter and one phone line… Banco Popular becomes client número uno.