COSTA IMC Announces Six New Accounts and New Offices in Panama.

COSTA IMC announces the acquisition of six new accounts in the past seven months, a repositioning of its service offerings, and the launch of a new operation in Panama.

During the last seven months COSTA IMC has secured six new accounts, including Access BDN, Toni S.A., Comtelsat, Sondra Roberts, LATPV, and Televisa Networks.

At the offset of the year COSTA IMC repositioned its services to focus on three main areas: consumer insights, brand design, and interactive marketing. The team has capabilities in consumer behavior, graphic design, web development, social media strategy and implementation, and creative content generation.

Furthermore, COSTA IMC expanded its global operation to include a satellite office in Panama. This move better equips COSTA IMC to build upon its service strategy by offering clients flawless execution at the tactical level via operations in North, Central and South America.

"I'm very proud of what our team has accomplished during Q1 and Q2 this year. Despite all the restructuring needed during 2009, we finished our fiscal year very strong. We have accomplished an operating profit of 25% and will continue to invest in building our team's capabilities, focusing on organic growth, and driving M&A activity both in the U.S. and Latin America," says Jose R. Costa, President of COSTA IMC. 


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