Tag: LatinWorks

Leo Olper Joins LatinWorks

Omnicom Group Inc.’s LatinWorks has announced new executive appointments to accelerate the agency’s evolution and better meet client needs.Industry veteran, Leo Olper joins the creative shop, Christy Kranik becomes Partner and other executive shifts announced.

Read More »

Major League Baseball Launches Big Hispanic Campaign

Hispanics are widely represented in baseball, including more than 20 percent of players. If you include players with some Hispanic heritage, that jumps to 30 percent. While MLB has long reached out to Latinos, Opening Day 2015 on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball revealed the kickoff of the organization’s first Hispanic ad campaign via LatinWorks.

Read More »

nTrigue’s Keisha Andrews: “Media has changed due to digital media and how multicultural consumers self-identify”

LatinWorks, a full-service cultural branding firm that belongs to the Publicis-Omnicom network, announced the launch of nTrigue, a new strategic business unit designed to expand upon the firm’s media planning and buying operations. nTrigue begun operations last week on April 15th, 2014. It will be spearheaded by Keisha Andrews-Rangel in the role of Managing Director. Rangel joined LatinWorks in 2004 and has served as Vice President of Media Strategy, growing the practice to $100 million in media billings during her nine-year tenure. Initially, nTrique will be handling Latinworks accounts such as RadioShack and Domino’s Pizza but Andrews tells Portada that she is working on several pitches for new clients.

Read More »

RadioShack’s Figueroa: “Our campaign is ment to inspire consumers to think big about technology.”

RadioShack just announced its new positioning under the “Do It Together” line. After being part of the American retail landscape for more than 90 years, the iconic brand is struggling to survive due to dramatic changes in consumer electronics retailing. Portada interviewed  Javier Figueroa, Director of Integrated Marketing at RadioShack, to ask him how he plans to reverse this trend.

Read More »