Digital Girl Inc. celebrates its third year anniversary becoming one of the leading companies in digital marketing and publicity within the Latin market
LOS ANGELES, California (August 2, 2012) - Digital Girl Inc. reaches its third year of operation and has become one of the most important and successful companies in digital marketing and publicity within the Hispanic market in the U.S.
Created in 2009 by Loren Medina (President) and Rocío Gutiérrez (Vice President), Digital Girl Inc. has strived to create unique and effective marketing campaigns for musical artists, film companies, record labels and events such as concerts, festivals and tours, creating a strong network of clients.
Medina and Gutierrez have extensive experience in marketing, promotion, and publicity. After working for Sony Music Latin for four years, they decided to create their company based in Los Angeles and have worked with projects that have sought their services in order to become established in the U.S. Latin markets.
In three years, they have thrived promoting artists (indie and established), movies, tours, and festivals just to name a few.
"I am very proud of what we have accomplished in just three years. The idea to open the company came when I worked as a Product Manager at Sony. After working a project solely focused on digital marketing and seeing its success, was when I realized that in the Latin music industry there weren't any companies dedicated to digital marketing. Hence the concept to create Digital Girl Inc. was born," said Loren Medina President of Digital Girl Inc.
Thus, the client list is extensive and among these are: AEG, EMI Music N.A. / Capitol Latin Records, Epic Records, Angelo Medina Enterprises, NY International Latino Film Festival, Sounds from Spain, South Beach Comedy Festival, Sony Music Latin, Eventus, Seitrack Agencia Artística, Sargent House, Remezcla, MX Live, Machete Tour 2010, Maná Drama Y Luz Tour 2011/12, Romeo Santos Formula Vol. 1 Tour 2012, Tritone Music Festival, Maná, Shakira, Aventura, Calle 13, Romeo Santos, Gustavo Santaolalla, Prince Royce, Juan Luis Guerra, A.B. Quintanilla, Belinda, Draco Rosa, Bajofondo, Flex, Locos Por Juana, Ednita Nazario, Anahí, Pee Wee, Vico C, Da Zoo, NOTA, Debi Nova, Joey Montana, Vicente García, Paty Cantú, Christian Chavez, Dyland & Lenny, Omar Rodríguez López, Le Butcherettes, Zechs Marquise, El Canto del Loco, Gustavo Galindo, Pedro Capò, Sophia del Carmen, Indio, Mr. Pauer, Minimal, Jot Dog, Artista Rosario, Joel Núñez, Beatriz Luengo, Andres Cuervo, and Leslie Grace.
"It's gratifying for us to work with artists that are loved by fans not only in the U.S. but in many corners around the world and being able to work with them with the freedom of creativity. We love to collaborate in working album releases and developing artists in order to reach as many people as possible, "said Rocio Gutierrez, Vice President of Digital Girl Inc.