Panregional magazine America Economia partners with Brazil’s Spring

Business Magazine AmericaEconomia, which publishes several print editions and websites throughout Latin America is partnering with Brazil magazine publisher Spring. Spring currently prints Rolling Stone and 30 industry magazines in Brazil.

“Brazil has always been one of the most important countries for AméricaEconomía as it pertains to our distribution, content, commercialization, digital Portuguese website and magazine. With that in mind, AméricaEconomía has been publishing a Brazilian edition in Portuguese for more than 15 years but we decided to increase and grow in 2010. To do this, we searched and found a leader in the magazine business: Spring,” says Mica Selman, International Marketing Director at America Economia.

AméricaEconomía and Spring joined forces in the fourth quarter of last year. Neither company has given more detailed information about the way their common plans will crystallize.

America Economia also launched a new websibe about MBA & Executive Education. The website features university papers, Agenda of events and lectures in the region. In addition, it features interviews and info on education for executives.


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