Sales Leads LatAm: Mondelez, General Mills, Bayer…
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::: Mondelez - Dentsu Aegis Network’s Carat, Publicis Groupe’s SMG ::: General Mills - WPP's GroupM ::: Bayer ::: Bacardi :::
The snack food marketing giant Mondelez International has split its US$2 billion global media agency assignment between Dentsu Aegis Network’s Carat and Publicis Groupe’s SMG. The new appointments are effective January 2016.Both agencies are incumbents and competed in a review that began in June . But the marketer has opted to retain both shops.Carat came away with North America (which SMG had handled) while retaining Europe and Asia-Pacific. SMG has been assigned Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.Mondelez also confirmed that Carat has been appointed its single communications agency for global categories, which includes communications planning.
- General Mills
General Mills has consolidated its global media agency business with WPP's GroupM, led by its agency Mindshare. This is happening three weeks after it was announced that Mindshare won the U.S. media business of General Mills. GroupM will support General Mills in Europe and Australia/Asia, and lead GM's Yoplait Europe business and a portion of its' business in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.The move consolidates business that was previously handled by a handful of other agencies and networks.Read more.
- Bayer/ Global
German pharmaceutical giant Bayer is looking for a new digital creative and media agency for its Bayer Consumer Care (BCC) division, which includes Bayer Aspirin, Claritin, Afrin and Midol.The company already works with creative agencies JWT and BBDO on brands such as Merck, AlkaSeltzer and Berocca, while WPP’s MediaCom handles all media.Bayer is looking to expand beyond its more “traditional” approach to media, especially TV.
Bacardi is targeting millennial consumers with a new global campaign celebrating individuals with the “cojones” to “take the stage” and make themselves heard.It marks a departure from the rum brand’s previous marketing push around its heritage, with a campaign entitled ‘Untameable since 1862’.The new TV ad, called ‘The Truck’, attempts to show the world from the perspective of millennials, “capturing the energy of their life” as they embark on a cross-country journey for the ultimate house-party, mandmglobal reports.The campaign – the first to launch since Bacardi handed its ad and media agency accounts to BBDO and OMD respectively – introduces the new tagline, ‘There’s nothing in the way’.