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Ana Paradela, Director

As Director, Advertising for Expedia Media Solutions, Ana Paradela oversees the regions of LATAM, Mexico and Caribbean regions and is responsible for managing, motivating and coaching a team of five media consultants. Ana has over 17 years of combined experience in the travel, hospitality and digital media sales. Prior to Expedia, Ana worked at Palace Resorts as a Senior Sales Manager leading the Sales team in North America for 10 years.
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From Adventurers to Relaxation Seekers, Travelers Build their Ideal Vacations to Cancun

With its sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Cancun has long been a dream destination for the sun chaser, and often the spring breaker. To show that the destination has so much more to offer for travelers of all types, the Cancun Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), the destination marketing organization (DMO) for Cancun, partnered with Expedia Media Solutions to launch an integrated and multi-channel campaign. “Discover Cancun” showcases the cultural, archaeologic and adventurous experiences available to travelers.

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   Ana Paradela, Director Posted on 3/30/17 9:15 AM

 


 

Topics: Best Practices, Success Stories, Destination Marketing

Love is in the Air with Avianca Airlines’ Valentine’s Day Campaign

Not all lovers are content with a box of chocolates and bouquet of flowers on Valentine’s Day. That’s why Avianca Airlines partnered with Expedia Media Solutions this last February for a short-term campaign. Avianca’s broader objective was to expand their market share in the US market. The campaign crafted targeted adventurous couples eager to get away for the lover’s holiday. Avianca Airlines promoted routes to some of their most breath-taking destinations across Latin America and the Caribbean.

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   Ana Paradela, Director Posted on 10/20/16 8:16 AM

 


 

Topics: Success Stories, Airlines

#TBT: Mexico Tourism Board Gets Vacationers to Think “Beyond the Beach.”

With winter in full swing for many of us, let’s #TBT this week to sunny Mexico! The Mexico Tourism Board had a luxury problem. Their branding had been so successful that Mexico had become virtually synonymous with the idea of a “beach vacation.” Then a funny thing happened: demand for “cultural tourism” started to soar – trips focused on adventure, history, food and music – and destinations like Hawaii, the Caribbean, and Europe were providing new competition. The Mexico Tourism Board wanted to expand their brand and raise awareness about the many “off beach” travel and leisure opportunities the country offered.

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   Ana Paradela, Director Posted on 1/7/16 9:00 AM

 


 

Topics: Success Stories

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