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Topic: Mexico

Coca-Cola Is Seeing (Even More) Red in New Designs for Its Cans and Bottles

Changes roll out in Mexico first

When a brand as iconic as Coca-Cola decides to change its packaging, it's a big deal. While different colors have always denoted different products—red is classic Coca-Cola, silver is loved…

This Media Network Is Taking Its Storytelling Directly to Advertisers

With GlassWorks, Azteca sees future of branded content

As a young man, digital media executive JuanMa Rowland suffered a debilitating head injury. Though he didn't know it at the time, that traumatic event opened up a world of…

How Patron's CMO Found Success In Selling Its Substance Over Its Style

Adweek’s 2015 Brand Genius winner for spirits

Two years ago, when Lee Applbaum joined Patrón Spirits as CMO, the casual observer might have thought he had a breezy job ahead. After all, in the '90s Patrón had already…

How Arianna Huffington’s Idea for a Blog Changed the Media Industry Forever

Adweek’s 2015 Brand Visionary honoree

In her book-lined office overlooking lower Broadway in New York, Arianna Huffington keeps a large sofa in the corner. With its richly carved wooden accents and overstuffed cushions, the sofa…

How Horatio Sanz and Fred Armisen Are Creating a Digital Hub for Latino Comedy

Más Mejor content studio targets cord-cutting millennials

The Hispanic population is the fastest-growing segment in the United States, accounting for 17 percent of the U.S. population, according to 2014 census estimates. Despite the fact that there are…

Ad of the Day: Old El Paso Brings Brits to Mexico for a Beautifully Shot Tour of Traditional Cuisine

Grey London shows where recipes were born

It's rare (and probably unprecedented) that we'd recommend watching 5-minute ads for pre-packaged Mexican food, but these are worth making an exception. In Grey London's first work as the lead agency…

Global Brands Are Getting More Digital Ad Measurements

Nielsen extends ratings system to Asia

Interactive marketers working for global companies in parts of Asia can finally compare their work to colleagues in other regions in an apples-to-apples fashion. Well, that is, if they are…

Why L'Oréal Made 100 Women Cry in a Movie Theater, and What Brought Them to Tears

Fun stunt from McCann Mexico

Here's a fun and inventive before-and-after test from L'Oréal and McCann Mexico. The cosmetics company invited 100 women to a movie. Before the screening, they had their makeup done by L'Oréal…

Coca-Cola Is Now Printing Cans and Bottles in Braille for Blind People

Separate campaigns from Mexico and Argentina

Two new campaigns from Coca-Cola feature cans and bottles printed in braille, so blind people can read them. In Mexico, ad agency Anónimo realized the hugely popular "Share a Coke" names-on-cans…

Coca-Cola Shifts Its Media Account in Mexico

Annual media spending hovers around $100 million

MediaCom has continued its new business streak by adding Coca-Cola's media business in Mexico, according to sources. Annual media spending is estimated at $100 million. The shop, a unit of WPP…

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