Panregional Campaigns: Fujitsu, Xerox

 

Company

Product

Advertising  Agency

Period

Vehicles

Countries

Fujitsu

Scanners (small  size for travelers)

DV Advertising (Miami)

April – June 2008

(Quarterly plans)

 Magazines:
PC World (Panregionally) Apertura (Argentina), Suma , Producto (Venezuela), Semana (Colombia), Nexos (in Flight)

Online: Panregional Verticals (Financiera.com, Gestiopolis, Arquinauta, Terra)
-Coregistration Campaigns

Colombia, Argentina, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, Peru

Xerox

Printers

DV Advertising

May-November 2008

Major Newspapers in major Latin American cities

Business Publications and Trade Publications

Co-registrations campaigns planned

Caribe – Central America, South American countries


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