EP+Co

Greenville, United States

Basic Info

Core Competencies: Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Public Relations, Media Buying/Planning, Strategy and Planning, Financial, Beauty, Fashion, Luxury Goods, Consumer

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 205

Awards: 1

Creative Work: 52

Clients: 9


Contact Information

110 E. Court Street, Suite 400
Greenville South Carolina 29601
United States
Phone: (+1) 864-271-0500

Con Williamson

Con Williamson

Co-President/Chief Creative Officer

Phone: 8642710500

Allen Bosworth

Allen Bosworth

Co-President
Jeff Hoffman

Jeff Hoffman

SVP, Director of Business Development

Phone: (+1) 8642710500

Core Competencies: Digital, Social Media, Marketing/Creative Services, Public Relations, Media Buying/Planning, Strategy and Planning, Financial, Beauty, Fashion, Luxury Goods, Consumer

Founded in: 1986

Employees: 205

Awards: 1

Creative Work: 52

Clients: 9

EP+Co

110 E. Court Street, Suite 400
Greenville South Carolina 29601
United States
Phone: (+1) 864-271-0500
Con Williamson

Con Williamson

Co-President/Chief Creative Officer

Phone: 8642710500

Allen Bosworth

Allen Bosworth

Co-President
Jeff Hoffman

Jeff Hoffman

SVP, Director of Business Development

Phone: (+1) 8642710500

News from the agency EP+Co

January 16, 2018

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January 16, 2018

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January 16, 2018

Hi. Welcome to the world of success manufacturing. Our teams of makers, doers and thinkers help everyday brands win the hearts and minds of the always-on consumer. read more

January 16, 2018

Gensler designed the offices for advertising agency EP + Co., located in Greenville, South Carolina. Creativity flourishes at the newly renovated open workplace of the advertising agency EP + Co.… read more


January 16, 2018

The Social Network got everyone's attention late Thursday when it outlined plans to take News Feed back to its origins: more "meaningful" content from friends and family and less from brands and publishers. PRWeek reached out to a handful of top communicators about what they plan to do next. read more