Prisa Digital Partners with Acheiusa, a U.S. based Website Targeting Brazilians

Prisa Digital Americas, a division specifically targeting Latin America and the Hispanic market in the United States, has partnered with Acheiusa to further extend its portfolio of properties and to increase Acheiusa´s expansion into the US and Latin American markets.

Recently, Hortensia Fuentes has been appointed as Managing Director of Business Development, Audience & Communication reporting to Kamal Bherwani, Prisa’s Chief Digital Officer, substituting Paul Westhorpe at Prisa Digital.

With the new agreement, Prisa Digital becomes a sales representative for Acheiusa across the Spanish, Portuguese and US Hispanic Markets. Prisa also has an agreement with Quepasa Corporation, creator and operator ofQuepasa.com, the popular online social network and gaming platform for the Latino community and the Mexican Maya Publishing Group.

“We're excited to partner with Prisa Digital to support our growth across the US and Latin America” said AcheiUSA's CEO Jorge Moreira Nunes.

Acheiusa is a weekly newspaper and website targeting the Brazilian population in the U.S. based in Deerfield Beach, FL. According to the company, Acheiusa.com is the most visited among Brazilians living in the United States, with more than 1 million page views per month and 50,000 registered users in its database.

Jose Luis Ortega, Director of Business Development for Prisa Digital Americas said “Acheiusa is a leading online destination for Brazilians in the US.  This partnership will enable Prisa to provide high quality Portuguese content to our users from Brazil”.


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