SALES LEADS LATAM: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Aeromexico, Hertz…
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- Anheuser-Busch InBev
Brewer company Anheuser-Busch InBev is said to be considering reviewing its global ad buying business, following its recent takeover of rival SABMiller, Mediapost reports.The company will hire a consulting firm to review existing practices, according to The Wall Street Journal.The company currently works with several ad buying firms including WPP, Publicis Groupe, Dentsu and Interpublic.The review is expected to be conducted in the second quarter of 2017 and cover North America, Europe, APAC, LATAM and Africa amongst other markets.
Aeromexico, Mexico's Global Airline, announced the launch of Aerobot, a chatbot (automated system which engages in conversation with a user) for Facebook Messenger which lets customers search for flight and other information. Aeromexico is the first airline in the Americas to offer a chatbot, which is available in Spanish and English.Travelers can use Aerobot to search for Aeromexico and partner flights, entering information (origin/destination and dates) to obtain flight schedules and pricing. To complete the transaction, users are linked to Aeromexico's new mobile-friendly website. (Version in English for the U.S. market: http://m.me/AeromexicoNA)Aeroméxico, recently launched its new digital ecosystem including an all-new website, new check-in kiosks at airports, and soon, a new mobile app, which all together will offer an omnichannel experience to making traveling easier.
Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. has reached a long-term agreement with Localiza, South America's largest rental car company and the market leader in Brazil, to form a strategic partnership encompassing co-branding in Brazil and use of the Localiza brand in other select markets, customer referrals and the exchange of technology and information. As part of the agreement, which is subject to approval by the Brazilian antitrust authority (Administrative Council for Economic Defense or CADE), Localiza will purchase the Hertz operation in Brazil.Under the agreement, Localiza customers traveling outside of South America will be referred to Hertz reservation channels. Hertz customers traveling to Brazil will be referred to Localiza, with "Localiza Hertz" branding in many locations, providing them access to a broader network of locations and a larger vehicle fleet than currently offered by Hertz Brazil.The purchase price for the Hertz Brazil operation, which includes both rental car and vehicle leasing, is expected to be R$337 million. Both companies will continue to operate independently until the agreement receives anti-trust approval.
- Hyatt Regency
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has confirmed the opening of Hyatt Regency Cartagena, the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Colombia.The opening of Hyatt Regency Cartagena represents Hyatt’s on-going commitment to developing global brand footprint in key gateway markets, many of which are located in the thriving Latin American region. Located in the Boca grande district, Hyatt Regency Cartagena is designed around one objective: to connect today’s travellers to who and what matters most to them.
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- LATAM Airlines
LATAM Airlines Group (‘LATAM’) announced it will operate a new, non-stop service between Santiago and Melbourne, Australia, from 5 October 2017. LATAM will operate three non-stop flights per week between Santiago and Melbourne, becoming the first airline group to offer a direct service between the two cities, as well as the only carrier to fly non-stop between Melbourne and Latin America. After Sydney, Melbourne will be the second city in Australia served by the airline group.
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