Hibu Selects Ariadna as its Agency of Record for Latin American and US Hispanics Market

hibuHibu, Inc. Formally known as Yellowbook, is transforming their business from a supplier of print and online advertising for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to a supplier in the emerging local e-marketplace for consumers and SMEs.

In this context, Ariadna has been selected as the agency of record for Hibu in the US to manage US Hispanics and Latin American markets. Ariadna will be in charge of media buying and planning, handling strategy, creative and media work, including digital and traditional media.

Learn more about crucial strategies from advertising and media luminaries targeting Latin American and Hispanic audiences. Book now for our Latam Advertising and Media Summit, a required event for any marketing professional.


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