Sales Leads Latam: Bacardi, Tarjeta Naranja, Mattel…

  • Bacardi - Global

Bacardi Reviews Global Advertising Arrangements. The company is in talks with a number of US-based agencies regarding the business, which is currently handled by WPP network Y&R.

  • Tarjeta Naranja - Argentina

Tarjeta Naranja has chosen BBDO Argentina to manage its communications efforts. The agency will be in charge of the corporate communication too.

  • Mattel - Colombia

Ogilvy Colombia has launched a new outdoor campaign for Hot Wheels, Mattel: “Rulo”. The campaign includes a giant banner that projects drivers into a Hot Wheels track.

  • Casas Altas - México

Matusalén is the new TV spot created by Recreo for Casas Altas in Mexico. Spooky was the agency in charge of the creative and Catatonia Comuna Filmic was in charge of the production.


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