Social media firm ADTZ announces first US office

Spanish social media firm ADTZ has announced they will be adding the US to their stable of international offices.

Credit: ADTZ

Credit: ADTZ

One of the largest social media marketing firms in Spain and Latin America, ADTZ ( is adding a Miami office to its brick-and-mortar locations in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Argentina.

ADTZ said they are hoping the expansion will complement their existing operations in Latin America.

“For us, opening the Miami office was part of a regular progression,” says CEO Juan Dominguez. “If you look at our history, you’ll see that we have consistently invested in expanding our services and presence. Bringing an office to the United States was an obvious next step for us, and we think Miami in particular fits with what we’ve managed to accomplish in Latin America. The cohesion between Miami and our Spanish-speaking operations is something we thought a lot about.”

Dominguez says the new Miami office will be hiring data and business
intelligence specialists to continue along the company’s overarching goal of
correlating Facebook campaign results to tangible gains in reach, fans and
marketing performance.

“None of that would have been possible without the close relationship we’ve built with Facebook,” says Ricardo Reis Co-Founder of ADTZ and LatAm CEO. “PMD status was a gratifying stamp of excellence given the work we put into our ADAM campaign management tool. It has allowed us the privilege of working alongside some of the best web developers and software designers in the world in Facebook’s technical backend team, and we have benefited greatly from that experience. But beyond that, PMD is also a commitment that requires us to constantly update and build up our web tools, ensuring that ADTZ stays dynamic and relevant, just like our clients hope to be.”

ADTZ, explains Reis, was one of the first social media marketing firms in the world. Through its partnership with the Facebook API platform, it has managed to become an industry leader in demonstrable performance improvements.