Sales Leads LatAm: Easy Argentina, FC Porto – Ariadna, Carlsberg…

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.

Easy Argentina ::: FC Porto - Ariadna ::: Carlsberg - Global :::

Easy - Blanstein - Don Argentina

Easy and Blanstein have chosen Don as its communication agency. Don will be in charge of the creative duties, media planning and buying in Argentina.

FC Porto - Ariadna

The football team FC Porto has chosen Ariadna as it AOR. Ariadna has already launched a Facebook App for the team.

Carlsberg - Global

Danish brewer Carlsberg has put its estimated $150m global media planning and buying account into review.

The account has been managed by OMD since 2010. The review includes Carlsberg’s portfolio which includes Kronenbourg 1664 and Tuborg.


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