Sales Leads LatAm: Terma – Argentina, Coca- Cola – Chile, Azteca – Mexico…

A summary for Corporate Marketers, 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.

Terma Limonadas - Grupo Básicos ::: Coca Cola - McCann Santiago ::: TV Azteca - México :::

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  • Terma Limonadas - Argentina

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Terma has launched a new product in the country called "Terma Limonada". Grupo Básicos was in charge of the launching and outdoor marketing.

 

  • Coca Cola - Chile 

photocoke-#PhotoCoke is the new twitter campaign created for Coca Cola by McCann Santiago. Guido Puch and Patricio Navarrete are the creative directors.

 

  • TV Azteca - Mexico

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Televisión Azteca relaunched its channel 13 with new logo and content. The new channel will be based on entertainment and fiction. Channel 13 is also looking for more interaction with the audience through social networks.

 


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