SALES LEADS LATAM: Campbell Soup Company, P&G, United Airlines…

A summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the market and/or targeting Latin American consumers right now.

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  • Campbell Soup Company

The Campbell Soup Company, also known as just Campbell's, an American producer of canned soups and related products that are sold in 120 countries, has appointed Publicis Groupe to handle its' creative and media business for many of its brands, following a competitive review, Ad Age first reported. Publicis will handle Campbell’s U.S. retail creative, along with that in Canada and Asia-Pacific. It will also handle Campbell’s digital, tech and consumer promotion business as well as media planning and buying for Campbell globally. Campbell’s incumbent media agency, WPP and GroupM’s MEC (now Wavemaker), which handled U.S. planning and buying since 1999, and global planning and buying since 2006, is out. Among Campbell’s brands Publicis will handle in the U.S. are Chunky soup, V8 beverages, Pace salsa, Prego sauces, Swanson broth and Spaghetti-O’s. It will also do media planning and buying for Pepperidge Farm but not creative. Campbell spends more than US$300 million on advertising in the U.S. alone.

 

  • P&G

P&G and IMS signed a commercial agreement with panregional aims to spread P&G's marketing communications across all digital platforms exclusively managed by IMS. P&G will reach its audiences through 15, 20, 30 seconds video ads, that will guarantee a CPCV (Cost per completed view) on premium content ensuring brand safety and viewability.
The agreement will impact ten different Latin American markets where IMS manages platforms such as Spotify, Snapchat, Vevo, EA, Twitch, Twitter, Foursquare, Yahoo, Waze, as well as its own programmatic solution.

 

  • United Airlines

United Airlines will continue to expand its cabin segmentation initiatives, with plans to bring no frills fares to Latin American and European flights later this year.The expanded fare offerings coupled with the roll out of a new premium economy cabin on select international routes in the fourth quarter are part of United's drive to generate roughly US$1 billion in incremental revenue from segmentation by 2020.The Star Alliance carrier plans to expand its basic economy fares, which lack attributes of standard economy fares like advanced seat assignments and carry-on bags and come with additional restrictions, to the two international geographies later in 2018, says United president Scott Kirby at the JP Morgan Aviation, Transportation and Industrials conference on 13 March.

 

 

  • Hyatt Hotels Corporation 

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Hyatt Place Macaé in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro. Hyatt Place Macaé is the first ocean-front Hyatt Place hotel in Latin America and the second Hyatt Place hotel in Brazil, joining Hyatt Place São José do Rio Preto, which opened in November 2016. The hotel is part of a larger master development agreement between Hyatt affiliates and Elandis to develop a total of nine Hyatt Place hotels across Brazil.Hyatt is currently represented in Brazil by two full-service luxury hotels Grand Hyatt São Paulo (466 rooms), Grand Hyatt Rio de Janeiro (436 rooms) and now by two select service hotels, including Hyatt Place São José do Rio Preto (152 rooms) and Hyatt Place Macaé (141 rooms).

 

2018 NETWORKING SOLUTIONS. To find out about Portada's new networking solutions targeting the decision makers of the below campaigns, please contact Sales Manager Isabel Ojeda at isabel@portada-online.com.

  • Starbucks

Sao Paulo investment firm SouthRock Capital has signed an agreement with Starbucks Corp that gives it the right to develop and operate branches of the Seattle-based chain in Brazil, the companies said. With the agreement, whose value was not disclosed, all of Starbucks’ retail operations in Latin America are now wholly licensed rather than directly managed, the companies said.SouthRock founder Ken Pope said in a statement the fund would eye expansion opportunities in new and existing markets. Starbucks now has 113 stores across the populous states of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.SouthRock, founded in 2015, also owns Brazil Airport Restaurants, which operates in the country’s biggest airports.

 

 

  • Blue Ribbon Orlando Vacation Homes

Blue Ribbon Orlando Vacation Homes announced a year-long partnership with CVC Brasil Operadora e Agência de Viagens S.A., the largest tour operator in Brazil and across Latin America. As part of the partnership, CVC will now offer vacation homes managed by Blue Ribbon as an alternative to hotels to its clients traveling to Orlando, FL.Since its founding in 2009, CVC Operadora has achieved sustained growth and now operates 1,156 exclusive CVC travel agencies, approximately 46 CVC exchange stores and 6,500 partner agencies in Brazil serving millions of travelers with the most competitive deals, making it the largest player for vacation rentals in a growing market segment in Brazil.

  • Samsung

In the last two years, Samsung has expanded and remodeled its official channels to better serve its customers in Brazil, whether through the call center, email, chat, Facebook and even Twitter by direct messages (DM) as well as incorporating automation and artificial intelligence. Currently, Samsung's customers have a wide spectrum of options and channels to solve doubts and problems.The partnership between Samsung and Atento, the leading company in customer relationship services and business process outsourcing (CRM/BPO) in Latin America, has facilitated the evolution to a new level of service, allowing Samsung's customers to have an even more personalized and excellent service. The new Samsung's customer relationship center set up by Atento in Brazil, has more than 1.200 workstations and has permitted to extend the call center's service hours. Located in Sao Paulo, the new customer relationship center encompasses customer care operations, after-sales services, back office and strategic digital solutions delivered through social media.

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Celeste Martorana @celesmartorana

Celeste joined Portada’s team in 2014. Since then, she has been working as an editor for Portada’s English-language website and compiling information for Portada’s Databases.

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