- The Agency will implement promotional campaigns among the players of Pokemon Go
- The project Pokemondo is made by R. Lorand Minyo, IT entrepreneur who reached the fourth start-up
Vitrina Advertising is the official partner of pokemondo.co, the first European start-up dedicated to Pokemon Go, developed by the Cluj based entrepreneur Lorand R. Minyo. The agency will advise on communication and will implement creative campaigns for the clients in the portofolio, and for the other companies interested in the Pokemon Go player public.
“Pokemon Go has become, in a very short time, the most popular mobile game on the planet and i saw in this, an opportunity for local Businesses. The interest from the companies was extraordinarily high, so we proposed the specialists from Vitrina Advertising, the most important advertising agency in the region, a partnership to develop the promotional campaigns for these. I am convinced that in this way, the companies will have part of the best results, “said Lorand R. Minyo, initiator of Pokemondo.
“We like to be always one step ahead and to create beautiful campaigns and of impact, and through this partnership we can offer our customers and other companies that have made their public used to innovative campaigns, the opportunity to reach their public in a creative and efficient way. We are pleased that Lorand Minyo, a young entrepreneur with bold ideas, appealed to our experience to continue this project, “said Mihaela Rus, the chairman of Vitrina Advertising.
Pokemondo aims to increase the incomes of the local businesses and functions as a global marketplace through which they may offer rewards to the users of the game. The project will be first launched in Europe and later in the US. Currently, over 200 companies have joined the platform. Pokemondo was created by a team of Romanian entrepreneurs led by Lorand R. Minyo. The young man from Cluj founded the INC (3) company, as well as three start-ups in the past three years, in the technology and health fields. He is also involved in the projects of Evozon, Start-up Chile and TAG.