Adbongo, Inc’s cause business accelerator is open for business. Our facility located in Farmers Branch has begun the conversion to space ship, adding recycling, L.E.D lighting and water catchment in addition to soon-to-be-installed solar panels. Our march towards sustainability has been a gradual one as it must be for most of us. Now, we’re happy [...]
You can apply permaculture to a garden, your life, or your business. Adbongo applies permaculture principles to the development of cause driven ventures that adhere to a triple bottom line: people, planet, profit. We call this process: ”Organic Business Development”. Permaculture Prime directive: The only ethical decision is to take responsibility for our own and [...]
As Adbongo was being formed in 2006, the world wide financial system was about to collapse. Up until then, cause marketing and green business practices were seen as little more than a gimmick by the rest of the business world. After the dust from the crash of 2008 had begun to clear, it soon came [...]
DALLAS, Texas —At a time when the U.S. Congress and President Obama are considering investing $850 billion to create jobs, a recently announced study clearly proves that business incubators need to be part of the job creation equation.
According to a research study conducted for the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration, business incubators provide communities with significantly greater results at less cost than do any other type of public works infrastructure project.
“For cause related companies with an environmental and socially responsible vision, Adbongo is the business incubator that is invested in their success.”
Papr, a man who is extraordinarily gifted in the realm of ideas, has been involved with Adbongo over the last two years as its Concept Architect. His prior experience includes architect, creative consultant, professional photographer, interior decorator, and large scale metal sculptor in fields ranging from construction to fine art restoration.
Bill is a Visiting Assistant professor in Communication Design at the University of North Texas where he teaches classes in graphic design and advertising strategy. He has served as Executive-in-Residence at the Temerlin Advertising Institute at Southern Methodist University, and also teaches graduate classes in the MFA program at Texas A&M University-Commerce at the downtown Dallas campus.
Prior to joining Adbongo, Ford was a Creative Director for Luminant Worldwide, an Internet solutions company, where he served as Creative Director for clients such as aa.com (American Airlines), hilton.com (Hilton Hotels), and containerstore.com (The Container Store) to name a few. At Luminant, he was directly responsible for
Art Garcia is a co-founder of Adbongo, creative director, and artist with 25 years of design and art experience. His success is the result of an approach that places equal emphasis on strategy and creativity, developing marketing communication that is both memorable and on-target. Since 1990 Garcia’s artwork have been featured in national and international publications, and have been honored with numerous awards. He has produced work for Atmos, The City of Dallas, MADD, The Rouse Group, The Meadows School of Art at SMU, Siemens and Zales Corporation.
By tailoring teams, we keep overhead low and prices affordable for clients with missions we believe in but whose piggy banks may only be half full. We also devised a highly flexible pricing structure which allows us to include clients at virtually all budget levels. As we grow our clients’ businesses, all elements evolve and change with them: teams expand and services are added.
In 2006, Mr. Bush founded Adbongo, Inc. based on a personal dream about which he felt (and continues to feel) the utmost levels of passion and devotion. He developed his own company because he wanted to express his creativity on behalf of clients while upholding a standard of integrity which is sometimes absent when money is at stake. His commitment to this dream and his hard-working ethic have allowed Adbongo to thrive even during the down times