November 22, 2019
Latin America

SALES LEADS LATAM: PepsiCo Latin America, Procter & Gamble, Cinépolis…

Sales Leads LatAm is 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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As part of PepsiCos goal for plastics to never become waste, PepsiCo Latin America has been working for the last decade to foster inclusive recycling in the region. Earlier this year, the company launched “Recycling with Purpose,” a circular economy model for Latin America based on consumer involvement and education, inclusive recycling and strengthening of local recycling industries. Today, Peru becomes the first country to implement the program. Through a partnership with ecoins — an initiative founded in Costa Rica that aims to increase the collection of PET materials in exchange for ecoins, a virtual currency — consumers in Peru can now earn discounts on a variety of products and services, in exchange for the collection of recyclable materials, including PET. The ecoins partnership aims to reach 1 million people with recycling awareness in its first year of operation across the region.The second component of the platform is including grassroots recyclers as an integral part of the circular economy model (similar to what The Body Shop is now doing in India). In this regard, PepsiCo Latin America has a long-standing partnership with the nonprofit Ciudad Saludable, a catalyst of the recycling ecosystem in Peru. Today, The PepsiCo Foundation is announcing a $2 million USD grant to Ciudad Saludable, to support the inclusion of 1,000 grassroots recyclers in recycling collection routes across eight countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico and Peru). The program is also expected to indirectly benefit 800,000 people at the community level with improved recycling services, and aims to collect 6,000 tons of recyclable materials.

US consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble will deliver on its promise of fragrance ingredients transparency by the end of the year, the company stated.To help consumers better understand the labels, P&G will also include information on where these ingredients are found in other products, such as in fruits or food.The move towards disclosure is in keeping with broader trends across the industry.P&G competitor Unilever has already disclosed all fragrance ingredients down to 0.01% in its home care, beauty and personal care products in the European and US markets. And cleaning products company SC Johnson has expanded its ingredient disclosure website to cover Latin America (in addition to Asia Pacific, Canada, Europe and the US), for a total of 8,700 products in 35 languages.

  • Cinépolis

Mexican movie chain Cinépolis has announced plans to develop 63 new cinema theatres across Saudi Arabia in the major cites of Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Jazan and Najran over the next two years.The largest cinema exhibitor in Latin America and fourth largest exhibition circuit in the world, Cinépolis said six cinemas will be rolled out across the kingdom over the next two years, with the first due to open in Lulu Mall, Dammam, by the end of this year, four scheduled for 2020 and the sixth for 2021.The expansion into Saudi Arabia marks a huge milestone for the global cinema chain and has been made possible by the Kingdoms Vision 2030, which aims to diversify the countrys economy by leveraging non-oil sectors and promote culture and entertainment, said a statement from the company.

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