Over the past few months, we’ve seen Samsung launch dedicated information hubs for key markets. Samsung announced the launch of Samsung Newsroom Russia just three days ago. It features content in the Russian language targeted towards local media and consumers in Russia. It was the eighth such newsroom that Samsung has launched so far, and it’s adding another one to the list today.
The company today launched Samsung Newsroom Mexico, it’s a Spanish-language information hub which will offer readers the latest news and information about the company in that particular language.
It will be the official Spanish-language site for the company to share its latest news, recent innovations and services, corporate vision and the various activities that it carries out in different markets.
The newsroom will feature a variety of quality content which will include feature articles, high-definition photos and videos, infographics and a dedicated space for live streaming of important Samsung events.
Mexico is the second country in Latin America to get its own newsroom after Brazil. Samsung already has Global and local editions of the newsroom for the United States, Korea, Vietnam, Brazil, India, Germany and Russia. It will launch additional newsrooms in other key markets in the future.
Samsung started operations in Mexico back in 1995 and has since then delivered a diverse range of products and services to consumers in the country. Earlier this year, Samsung was recognized as a Socially Responsible Company for the second consecutive year by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy for its various social responsibility programs and volunteer initiatives.