Miami, FL, October 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Privately owned company, recently launched in 2003: it seems like someone forgot to mention to Americas Media Group Worldwide (AMG) that young, privately owned companies can’t compete in the marketing world with such massive conglomerates seemingly swallowing the industry and other smaller agencies in their paths whole. With 150 plus luxury real estate clients on an international level, relationships with over 10,000 publications and media houses, and their own in-house public relations division, AMG has proven that a privately owned company can not only survive, but that they themselves are an extremely commanding force in the industry. The marketing and media powerhouse has quickly spanned the globe and has created their own brand of marketing along the way.
“We have all of the connections as the large conglomerates and we have offices all over the world, but we also offer something that those other huge agencies cannot-a personal level of service and unprecedented connections. We are a privately owned company and our clients are each treated with personal attention. We deal with our clients directly and my team and I are never on the ground. We fly everywhere in the world to meet with our client’s face to face and ensure that they receive the individual attention and service that they deserve. I am not a CEO that you can never see,” explains President and CEO, Edward Devalle. With a boutique level of personalized service and a level of connectivity rivaling even the largest agencies, AMG brings the best of both worlds to clients and continues its path to becoming one of the world’s largest media agencies.
Recently adding Washington D.C., New York City, and Chicago to its list of global offices, Americas Media Group Worldwide (AMG), is a full-fledged integrated media enterprise specializing in strategic media planning, public relations & marketing.
Clients of AMG can expect broker outreach services, glossy events conceptualized and executed from start to finish, celebrity endorsement deals, unprecedented media buying power, and extensive market research. “We want to be the best and the most innovative company in the world. If people want to say that we are on our way to competing with the conglomerates, then that is fine. I just like hearing my clients say that they are pleased and knowing that my team is the best in the business,” says Edward Devalle.