Sales Leads LatAm: Visa, Samsung, Bacardi, Yahoo-Google, Sony Xperia…

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.

Visa - Samsung - Global ::: Bacardi - Global ::: Yahoo-Google- Global ::: Sony Xperia - Global.

Visa - Samsung :: Global

samsungVisa and Samsung have announced a new global alliance to drive mobile payments via near-field communications (NFC). The deal was announced during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Visa’s PayWave mobile payment app will come pre-loaded on future Samsung smartphones.




(Sony) :: Global

sonySony Mobile Communications has launched a new global campaign for its latest Xperia smartphone. Created by McCann London, the campaign invites consumers to “experience the best of Sony in a smartphone”.

Sony has invested a significant portion of its global marketing budget in the new campaign, which will be featured in TV, print, digital, out-of-home and retail elements.



Yahoo - Google ::  Global

Yahoo and Google have signed a contextual advertising deal in which Google ads will be served on Yahoo properties and co-branded sites. Companies announced the agreement as a "non-exclusive deal".  Google will display ads across Yahoo’s web properties, including Yahoo Sports and Yahoo News, as well as on “certain co-branded sites” using its AdSense for Content and Admob services. Google will receive a portion of ad revenues generated on the sites.



Bacardi :: Global

bacardiBETC London has been appointed to handle the global creative account of Bacardi. BETC won the pitch against Johannes Leonardo.

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