IPG Mediabrands to launch social media agency “Rally” in Latin America

What: IPG Mediabrands will launch Rally, a social media agency,  in Latin America.  
Why it matters: With its own software and processesRally will bring solutions for social media across all platforms and technology to the region. It will roll out in Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Uruguay.

rallyIPG Mediabrands has announced the launch of Rally in Latin America, a social media agency.

Rally, the social media arm of Mediabrands Audience Platform (MAP) , was first established in Asia in 2011. But now it’s being rolled out in Latin American countries including Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Uruguay.

Rally will bring to the Latam advertising market a broad offering of solutions for social media across all platforms and technology, built with its own proprietary software and processes,  including mobile solution capabilities.
 

This includes content, design, campaign planning, and customer relations. In addition, its’ scope extends to analytics and insights for daily monitoring, strategic campaigns as well as world-class crisis management solutions.

Rally will be led by Lucia Parodi in Argentina, Alvaro Morales in Colombia, Natalia Neves in Uruguay and Walter Yenes in Chile; all planning specialists.

Pablo Rodriguez, President, World Markets, Latam at IPG Mediabrands said, “Rally’s unique selling point that sets it apart from its competitors is its focus on social media proprietary tools and its affiliation to a global agency network like Mediabrands.”

“Rally is the only social media agency that combines big data, technology, and content with an RTB solution. We fuse the social strength of Rally with the programmatic buying expertise of Cadreon to generate unsurpassed efficiencies and maximize investments for our clients,” said Marina Mendez, Regional Director, MAP, Latin America.

It currently has operations in nine countries across South East Asia, five offices in Northern Europe headquartered in Denmark, and five offices in Southern Europe headquartered in Portugal and Turkey. With more than 300 dedicated social media professionals, Rally manages over 50 blue-chip clients globally in more than 20 different languages.


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