New York, NY (PRWEB) June 08, 2011
Pomegranate (aka. POM8) (http://www.pom8.com), a leading digital agency and creative talent network, announced today that they will be expanding their business into Brazil, growing their international presence into the South American market. Pomegranate is proud of its long standing relationships with its enterprise clients including Google and Bosch for whom it works on countless creative and digital marketing projects. The agency also boasts extensive experience with clients such as Hewlett-Packard, U2, Alicia Keys, Kraft, Toyota, Nestle, Verizon, Warner Bros, Electronic Arts, William Rast by Justin Timberlake, Wolfgang Puck and WildTangent. This growth initiative will mark the opening of the second of two international teams (the first in London, UK) for the conceptually unique, privately owned agency.
Spearheading the Brazil group is South American advertising veteran Claudio Just, who has already closed a deal with one of the biggest multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 technology companies in the market today and is in final talks with Chile based beverage company Mestra. The Brazil office includes a team of five other advertising experts brought on board to build the business by providing a wider range of services for their existing clients and offer more in-depth creative service projects and interactive marketing campaigns being on-site. The Brazil team has worked with the likes of L’Oreal, Huawei, Globo TV, Pão de Açúcar Supermarket Group, Technos and Petrobras.
“I am thrilled to be leading the Brazil office of POM8 as bringing forth their innovative tactics and modern approach to digital advertising and marketing is a great stepping stone for the next phase of my career,” said Claudio Just, head of POM8 Brazil. “It’s important to have this partnership with POM8 as a gateway into the international market, which allows a merging of our abilities in Brazil with the innovative business model of POM8 to develop interaction and innovation into both communication and digital experience.”
POM8 is a digital agency and creative talent network that launched in 2008. The company’s ideology is one uniquely focused around cultivating creative talent internally and maintaining a client-servicing benchmark of personalized service with attention to detail from an experienced team with the added benefits of numerous strategic partners that encompass brand creation and development, digital, advertising, marketing, branded entertainment, packaging and retail development. The award-winning design team is an industry leader in strategic creativity; focusing on creating and seeding ideas® that go beyond traditional thinking to turn content into true business propositions. The company currently has offices and teams in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and London.
“Continuously looking to expand the POM8 brand, we are extremely proud and excited to formally announce our Latin American expansion and introduce the new Brazil team under Claudio’s direction,” states Grant Powell, POM8 CEO. “We know that Claudio’s expertise and creative abilities will prove to be an ideal match for the mission of the agency and help make the business in Brazil as successful as it has been in the US. Digital advertising and creative media branding is becoming more of a dynamic global concept for successful businesses and we are looking forward to building more of an international presence in coming months.”
Pomegranate is a digital marketing and creative agency structured to function as dynamically as our clients require. Pomegranate’s mission is to organize the world’s best creative talent, and make it available to clients in a scalable, collaborative form.
Pomegranate delivers innovative and mission-critical solutions for clients’ needs through a vast and one-of-a-kind “cloud” network of talent.
Pomegranate is headquartered in New York with offices and satellite teams around the world
“Pomegranate is reshaping the way brands engage and respond to their audience by working and adapting in real-time to help you get the most out of your creative and marketing budgets.”