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Rémy Cointreau: calls global media review
Rémy Cointreau: calls global media review

Rémy Cointreau, the French alcohol manufacturer, is reviewing its €40 million global media planning and buying business.

The incumbent on the global account is the WPP-owned MEC, which has worked with the company for eight years.

Rémy Cointreau produces cognacs, liqueurs, spirits and Champagnes. The review covers its entire stable of brands including Rémy Martin, Mount Gay Rum, Cointreau and Piper-Heidsieck.

The review focuses on all the markets in which Rémy Cointreau is active. The company spends most of its advertising budget in the US and China. According to Nielsen figures, the company did not spend any money on UK advertising in the first quarter of 2012.

Rémy Cointreau has stated in the brief that it is planning to ramp up global spend to €40 million, the bulk of which is understood to be intended for the Chinese market, where it sees potential for growth.

The review is led by Christian Liabastre, the executive vice-president for brand strategy and development.

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