Jellyfish has reportedly announced the acquisition of Latin America-based digital media firms, San Pancho and Reamp, as part of its further expansion in the region. The acquisition marks another remarkable milestone in Jellyfish’s journey of becoming the first choice worldwide partner catering to any brand’s digital requirements, state sources.
Rob Pierre, the CEO of Jellyfish, has stated that as the company continues its expansion into the Latin America market, San Pancho and Reamp, are vital assets for the team in its quest to furnish digital transformation across the globe. He has further stated that both organizations share the same central values as Jellyfish, have robust collaborations with Google, and deliver unparalleled expertise, which has proven to be a perfect fit to join forces.
Pierre has added that over the past 15 years, the company has made a commitment to itself and the industry for embracing new methods of doing things, which is why the company is consistently focused on improving and sharpening its results, operations, and processes. The company’s mission is to ensure that its customers have the appropriate resources to reach heights by completely embracing digital transformation, added Pierre.
For the uninitiated, San Pancho was founded in 2017 and leverages its certifications, analytics expertise, and digital marketing capacities in Google marketing platforms for efficaciously making data-driven decisions and operating a marketing technology stack.
This collaboration will allow Jellyfish to consistently drive marketing strategies in Latin America for San Pancho’s partner brands comprising Walmart, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Cemex, Aeromexico, and Home Depot. Along with its head office in Mexico City, San Pancho also has its operations in Colombia, which will be the first office of Jellyfish in the nation.
The partnership will add San Pancho’s team of 50 employees and Reamp’s team of 100 to Jellyfish’s unified team, comprising the operation of 1400 global employees as one, cited sources.