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Nachi Ugarte

GRID Co-Founder, Creative Director

Nachi has worked as a creative director at some of the top advertising agencies in San Francisco, New York, and Barcelona. With over two decades working in creative media, he has produced award-winning work for global brands such as Sony, Volkswagen, Reebok, Bacardi, Coca Cola, and others. He’s been GRID’s Creative Director and co-founder since returning to the Philippines in 2014.

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