The Advertising Market in Nicaragua

Of all the advertising spending in mass media in the region, Nicaragua's share is 8%.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Guatemala's is 28%, Costa Rica's 22% and Honduras' is 16%.

Despite this reduced participation, the Nicaraguan media market has grown by 15% over the last two years, said Cesar Espinosa, CEO of Cem Communications and president of the Nicaraguan Organization of Advertising Agencies (ONAP), during an interview with Humberto Galo for Laprensa.com.ni.

Those involved in the advertising industry believe that the current market is contracted, according to Espinosa, "the apparent contraction originates in the changes that have occurred in the structure of the national advertising market, which is increasingly accessing new suppliers in various media, new suppliers and new agencies, all of which in turn has come to affect the level of competitiveness ... "

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Honduras and the Advertising Business

March 2018

The union of advertising agencies has reported that in 2017 they generated revenues of $443 million, of which $35 million corresponded to digital advertising.

According to figures from the Associated Advertising Agencies of Honduras (Apha), the $35 million invested in digital advertising in 2017 made this line of business represent the third largest revenue generating factor for the agencies, surpassing investments made in radio media, which were estimated at $19 million.

Advertising Festival in Antigua Guatemala

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On 6th and 7th of September 1200 representatives from advertising agencies and marketing companies in 15 countries will be attending "Festival Antigua".

During the event organized by the Guatemalan Union of Advertising Agencies (UGAP), the Jade Awards will be held, which reward creative ingenuity, plus there will be an industry fair for communication suppliers.

Panama: Increased Spending on Advertising

March 2012

Private companies and government agencies spent about $200 million in 2011 on different media, an increase of 8% compared to 2010.

The slicing up the country’s advertising pie, according to type of media, was as follows: television received 72.7% of the ads, being the favorite, next came newspapers, with 15.35%, then radio, with 4.67%; followed by magazines, with 3.8% and outdoor advertising, with 3.41%.

Advertising Grows by 18% in Costa Rica

January 2012

Industry saw revenues of $511 million in 2011, compared to $434 million in 2010.

Advertising in Costa Rica grew by 18% reporting revenues of more than $511 million in 2011, approximately $77 million more than last year, said the pollster Media Guru.

If the inflation of colones is included in the calculation, the real growth is 9.3 percent, reported ElFinancierocr.com. In 2010, gross income of the sector was $434 million.

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