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SBD Global/March 21, 2014/People and Pop Culture
Hangin' With ... Sports Marketing Agency Euromericas Founder & CEO Gerardo Molina
Published March 21, 2014
On what first attracted him to the field of sports marketing ...
Molina: My two great loves are the joy of playing sports and studying science communication and marketing. Sports marketing attracted me because it is the right fusion of my two passions. The everyday management as CEO of the company is about being passionate about the major sports markets in the world where we have offices.
On what Euromericas aims to accomplish ...
Molina: Euromericas is the leading company in the Americas today, from Mexico to the southern continent, with a presence in the Andean Region and Central America & Caribbean. Our global positioning places us among the top 10 companies. What we want in the company is to continue creating new rules in the sports industry with new innovation as we have done until now. Another aspect we are looking to continue is growing in the area of educational training in the Americas and Europe, where we have created programs with universities and sports business academy centers. Euromericas Sport Marketing aims to continue growing from its global network and consolidate in the current markets and reach new markets such as Asia, and grow even more in Europe and the United States.
On how he compares the differences between what makes a brand attractive in Latin America with what appeals to European clients ...
Molina: The digital agency or interactive sports marketing versus traditional agencies is an obsolete model. The message of a brand in a campaign in the world of sports has to be one single idea. Sport has no borders. It is a universal language. Euromericas thinks that the purpose of business is to manage the passion in partnership with companies with multiple commercial industries. No commercial and media brands, no sport in any instance of the society. Private investment is the only way out for supporters to love more teams and athletes. The market is famous and popular only when linked to sport. It is the answer to a connected society. The added value offered is Euromericas invents new, original and sexy experiences.
On what companies he will be watching most closely to monitor their marketing/sponsorship campaigns during the World Cup ...
Molina: Companies should know that marketing and publicity campaigns, regardless of the explosion of social networks, do not make sense in this era. Digital marketing facilitates control of all business activities. A good digital application, or app, is the key to attract the sport millions of new customers. The campaigns focused on the new technology platforms that are regulated alone generate sales and achieve scale as never before in the history of sports. The utility is the fundamental value of the 21st century. In the era of impatience, where lives are complicated, consumers crave simple things. In a sports world that is constantly changing and is more interconnected every day, companies need a deeper understanding of human behavior to find their target. What we find fascinating in Euromericas is the implementation of ideas in digital, automatic ability to measure its impact. When an idea comes to people in strong social networks, the effect can be measured in real time.
On what sport other than football he sees emerging in Latin America over the next decade as the most lucrative for sponsors ...
Molina: We see that in Latin America the most lucrative sports in the coming years will be basketball, tennis, volleyball, athletics, golf, rugby, polo and racing. Trends in popular sports of the future influence the younger generations. Euromericas Sport Marketing likes to think of the millennial movement as not only a question of age, but of vital and cultural perception.