Sao Paulo, Brazil, 27 Feb – Brazilian company Crama Design Estratégico has a signed a contract to carry out the first corporate campaign of Angola Telecom, the company’s planning and services director told macauhub.
According to Theíza Conte Paiva, the deal was signed in Angola a month ago and involved the state telecommunications company and the Publivision agency, the Brazilian company’s partner in Angola.
“The aim of the project is to boost Angola Telecom’s corporate identity, solidifying the image that already exists, but with more competitive positioning in the country,” the director said.
Headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, Crama’s customers include companies like Petrobras, Embratel, Odebrecht, Avon and the Osvaldo Cruz Foundation.
The agency has worked in Angola since 2003, where it handles projects for three companies, including state oil company Sonangol.
“We developed the visual identity of the Sonangol group, creating a new brand for the company, and we currently take care of its communication, including designing advertising leaflets, organizing international fairs and redesigning the company’s website,” she said. (macauhub)