DV Advertising starts Panregional Hospitality Division

Miami-based advertising agency, DV Advertising is starting a hospitality division to cater to U.S clients advertising in Latin American and to Latin American based hotels who have subsidiaries in North America.
 
Daniel Veron, managing director and owner of DV Advertising, tells Portada that one of his clients is Spain’s hotel chain Riu Hotels and that he has had interest from large U.S. hotel corporations like Hyatt.
 
“We are offering marketing and advertising services for the Americas to the hospitality sector,” Veron tells Portada. DV advertising is going to implement marketing and advertising programs to reach the North American Market to hospitality-oriented companies based in Latin America.
 
For U.S., Canadian and European companies with an interest in expanding into Latin America, DV Advertising will buy Latin American media.
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