Sales Leads LatAm: Mars, Orangetheory Fitness, Arredo…

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.

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 ::: Orangetheory Fitness/Mexico ::: Turismo Marruecos - Mindshare ::: Arredo - Maxus  ::: Mars - Mediacom :::

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  • Orangetheory Fitness/Mexico

orangetheory-U.S. firm Orangetheory Fitness has expanded into the Mexican market to compete with companies like Sports World and Sport city. In late November, the company will open its first studio in Magnocentro square at the Interlomas section close to  Mexico City. The company is also planing to open 10 studios in Mexico City and the metropolitan area over the next three to five years, starting in November 2015. Orangetheory Fitness originated in USA and has about 300 gym centers and over 200,000 members worldwide, most of whom are located in the US market and a small percentage in Canada, UK, Australia and Colombia. Read more.

  • ARREDO/ Argentina

77689a8fcc2e29db2b1c3961e4018735_400x400Maxus Argentina, GroupM media agency,WPP media agency holding, has been  chosen by Arredo, as its new media agency. Maxus will be offering the new client media planning and buying services for its entire line of products. Arredo is a national company of design, development, manufacture and marketing of household items.

 

 

  •  Turismo Marruecos

descarga (4)The Moroccan National Tourist Office has chosen Mindshare as its media agency in Spain, for its advertising campaign in 2015 and following years. In fact, the agency has already launched a campaign in radio, tv, magazines and outdoor to promote the actions of the office in October 12.

 

 

 

 

  •  Mars/LatAm

descarga (5)Mars has appointed MediaCom to handle media in Latin America following a pitch. Starcom, Initiative, OMD and Havas Media, which were handling the account, also participated. This appointment strengthens the food and beverage company relationship with MediaCom, which since January is in charge of the planning business globally.


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