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Mexico City

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 193 PISO 6 Col. Granada 11520 Mexico, D. F.

+5255 5350 7800 - comunicaciones.mx@fcb.com

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  • Hotels-Premium

    GRAN HOTEL DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO

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    Hotels-Premium

    GRAN HOTEL DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO

    Luxury and comfort are guaranteed at this turn-of-the-century 5-star hotel located in the historic district. Considered to be one of the most beautiful structures in the city, the lobby’s Tiffany stained-glass ceiling and its art nouveau style pay tribute to the past.

  • FITNESS – Good Cycling Route

    REFORMA BICI

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    FITNESS – Good Cycling Route

    REFORMA BICI

    Mexico City does its part to promote bicycles as a means of transport, providing rental centers at strategic hubs and parking in the historical district. And on Sunday mornings, main streets close to vehicular traffic for the exclusive enjoyment of pedestrians, bikers, and skaters.

  • DINING-Dining with friends

    RESTAURANTE VILLA MARIA

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    DINING-Dining with friends

    RESTAURANTE VILLA MARIA

    Villa Maria offers everything Mexican - a great atmosphere and a variety of traditional recipes from all over the country. Don’t miss this celebration of Mexican food and culture.

  • FITNESS/Good Gym

    SPORTS WORLD

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    FITNESS/Good Gym

    SPORTS WORLD

    Sports World is a premier health club, equipped with state-of-the-art training equipment. Ideal for individual or group exercise, there is also tennis, wall climbing, a pool, sauna and steam room.

  • Things to See - Historical Sites

    MUSEO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGIA E HISTORIA

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    Things to See - Historical Sites

    MUSEO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGIA E HISTORIA

    The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) investigates and conserves Mexico’s archaeological, anthropological and historical heritage. Artifacts from Mexico’s pre-Columbian heritage are on display, including the Stone of the Sun, the Aztec calendar stone.

  • Things to See - Historical Sites

    CATEDRAL METROPOLITANA

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    Things to See - Historical Sites

    CATEDRAL METROPOLITANA

    The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary of Mexico City is the largest cathedral in the Americas, and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico. The cathedral was built in phases, from 1573 to 1813. Spanish architect, Claudio de Arciniega, drew his inspiration from Spain’s Gothic cathedrals.

  • Things to See - Alternative

    LAGO DE CHAPULTEPEC

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    Things to See - Alternative

    LAGO DE CHAPULTEPEC

    One of the largest city parks in Latin America, Chapultepec is an ecological space, with trees replenishing oxygen to the city. Enjoy the tranquility, take a boat out on the lake to get close to the many species of birds that inhabit it.

  • Things to See

    MUSEO NACIONAL DE ARTE

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    Things to See

    MUSEO NACIONAL DE ARTE

    Located in the historic district and housed in the old Palace of Communications, one of the best examples of early 20th century Mexican architecture, the Museum focuses on the exhibition, study and diffusion of Mexican and international art from the 16th to the first half of the 20th centuries.

Über uns

We started operating as FCB in 1952. DFCB Mexico was born in 2006. We were named one of the most solid and recognized planning teams in the local market according to Grupo Consultores survey in 2013. We are ranked as the #6 advertising agency locally. We have been in partnership for 12 years, on average, with our main 8 clients. We average 25 creative awards each year. We have won 3 Effies Gran Prix. We are the first advertising agency in Mexico to obtain the “Socially Responsible Company Award”.

1952

Established

126

Staff Members

37

Average Age

2

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Management

Rafael Perez Toribio

Managing Director

rafael.perez@fcb.com

Creative

Jose Arce

EVP, Creative Director

alejandra.aguilera@fcb.com

New Business

Guadalupe Flores Maya

Assistant to Managing Director

guadalupe.flores@fcb.com

Human Resources

Antonieta De La Cruz

Human Resources Manager

rh.mexico@fcb.com

Public Relations

Lourdes Sanchez

Director of Public Relations

lourdes.sanchez@fcb.com