Evercom, which has offices in Madrid and Barcelona, has been successful in winning three new accounts.
It has been chosen by the medical technology division of Carl Zeiss, Carl Zeiss Meditec Iberia, leader in the supply and development of products and solutions for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases for both its internal and external communication. Evecom has been working on a project basis for the company for several months before being asked to highlight its brand values through corporate communications, product launches and technical innovations developed within the Spanish market. Internal communication has been identified as being of major important and will serve to give cohesion to and encouragement and motivation among employees
Currenly aDESe (Asociatión Española de Distribuidores 7 Editores de Software de Entretenimiento) communications agency Evercom has been asked to manage online and offline communications for the Madrid Games Week.
The fair, which will bring together those involved in the Spanish video games industry, is promoted by aDeSe. Held from 7-10 November inclusive its aim is to become one of the major entertainment events in Spain and develop into the largest meeting forum for the industry. It is anticipated that the Madrid Games Week will attract the leading video games firms in Spain who are responsible for over 90% of country’s national video games consumption.
ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) has also chosen Evercom to manage its external communication. World leader in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), which consist of mapping tools that integrate hardware and software for analysis, mangement and visualisation of geographical knowledge, the institute facilitates data intepretation. This is then used to ascertain different connections as well as useful patterns and terends in making business decisions.
It is planned that Evercom will collaborate in shaping the new strategic positioning of the company whose aim is to be seen as a true business partner to its customers. Of American origin ESRI has over 4,000 employees worldwide and achieved a turnover of over 1.2 million euros last year, representing a global market share of over 35%.
The focus of Evercom’s campaign will be on giving visibility to ArcGIS and ESRI’s new technology, geared to the cloud.
Alberte Santos, Evercom CEO, commented, “We are delighted to be working with such respected businesses and look forward to developing and executing bespoke programmes designed to make a difference and to achieve their corporate objectives.”