Grupo Editorial Cosas to represent Chilean OOH Company Massiva panregionally

unnamedCOSAS Internacional has signed a representation agreement with Chilean OOH company MASSIVA in order to sell into panregional and global accounts out of Miami.

Panregional publisher Grupo Editorial Cosas recently signed a representation agreement with Chilean out of home company Massiva. Massiva manages out of home advertising at four airports in Chile as well as  at major shopping centers in Santiago and Viña del Mar as well as on public roads  throughout Chile.
According to the agreement Cosas's Miami based sales team will be representing Massiva's out of home inventory to panregional clients as well as manage Massiva's global clients portfolio out of Miami.


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