Sales Leads LatAm: Nissan, Answer, Pioneer, Max Machinery…

A summary for Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the Latin American market and/or targeting Latin American consumers right now.

Nissan - Global ::: Answer - Argentina ::: FWK - Argentina :::Max Machinery 

  • Nissan -Global

TBWA Worldwide has won Nissan's Datsun global account. The agency will be in charge of the global communication strategy of the brand.  The global creative and strategic direction for the brand will be led by TBWAHAKUHODO and TBWALondon, with support from local agencies in individual markets.

  • Answer - Argentina

Webar Interactive will work with the Argentinean online insurance company Answer. The agency will be in charge of the digital communication of the company.

  • FWK - Argentina

The Argentinean agency FWK has announced new clients: Hipódromo Argentino de Palermo (Palermo Slots), Pioneer and Radio Cultura. Nicolás Martos, Account Director, will be in charge of the media buying and planning in the country.

  • Max Machinery 

Continued success and ongoing growth in the Mexican industrial flow measurement market has led Max Machinery to reach out to long-time distributor EDC Control to help build a website tailored to the needs of Mexico’s Engineers. The new site is at: http://www.maxmachinery.mx. “Our Mexican website features many of the same valuable resources we offer on our English website, with technical FAQ’s and flow measurement overviews,” Marketing Manager Paul Hock    points out, “It also provides us a great opportunity to better connect with the market and determine new applications and insights from our Spanish-speaking customers.” Max Machinery, Inc. manufactures precision low-flow flow meters that are used in many process applications. Max sells direct to consumer but also has a network of global distributors who offer end-users valuable technical assistance and local access to products. E.D.C. Controls has been a distributor of Max Flow Meters for over 10 years, they are a trusted valued resource for our Spanish-speaking Engineers and are located in Monterey, Nuevo León Mexico.

 

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