The new collaboration creates a powerhouse, uniting Emakina’s strength as a leading European full-service digital agency group and Air Paris’ international expertise in strategy, development and communication for luxury and beauty brands.
Air Paris is a great match for Emakina.
It was born when brand development experts and creative visionaries of the advertising world came together to create brand and communication platforms for major names in luxury and beauty products, operating from Paris, New York and Shanghai.
Take a look at www.airparis.fr, to discover the ‘wow-factor’of their work…
Emakina and Air Paris share a passion for excellence,
in creating brand experiences that integrate detailed knowledge of end consumers and local markets. After working together successfully for a long period on several accounts, this partnership is a logical new step in the collaboration.
With this move the companies both extend their geographic reach while combining their expertise and delivery strengths locally in Europe, the US and Asia. Our collaboration is designed to offer even more effective, powerful and comprehensive solutions internationally, to broaden the client base of both companies and to create synergies based on their respective areas of expertise.
Dimitri Katsachnias, CEO of Air Paris Group said:
‘We believe that the combination of expertise of Emakina and Air Paris immediately creates a comprehensive and unique offering for all our international customers. We truly look forward to this partnership. It opens up global development synergies and grows in a spirit of respect for brands, excellence and independence.’
Brice Le Blévennec, CEO of Emakina Group added:
“This is a new important step in our journey to offer outstanding marketing services to our clients worldwide. Our partnership with Air Paris adds fabulous branding and marketing knowledge to our global partner network; our combined expertise and capabilities are exceptionally attractive to international clients with ambitious plans in the world’s top economies.”