Pinta, a new cross-cultural marketing agency, opens its doors in Miami

 

Pinta, a new, full-service agency geared to “cross-cultural marketing” has launched in Miami. The new agency is a spin-off of the Latin American communications firm JeffreyGroup.

Led by President and Chief Executive Mike Valdes-Fauli, Pinta said it has added senior level advertising talent, acquired a digital firm and expanded to include an office in Los Angeles, along with offices in Miami and New York.

The agency said it opened its doors servicing key clients including Buchanan’s, Johnnie Walker, Facebook, Fox Hispanic Media, Miami Marlins, Perfumania , T-Mobile and TD Bank.

Pinta is part of Intercom Americas, a marketing communications holding company focused on Latin audiences.

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