IMAGO Reinforces its Spanish Presence Through Partnerships with Lagencia Press and Europa Press.

IMAGO Reinforces its Spanish Presence Through Partnerships with Lagencia Press and Europa Press.

Announcing a partnership for future expansion.

As of January 1 2021, IMAGO, Germany’s leading independent photography agency, confirmed it will globally distribute a wide range of content from Lagencia Press and Europa Press, two leading Spanish agencies. Covering a wide range of topics including news, sports and royals, the exchange will further enhance IMAGO’s offering and provide its clients with the most exhaustive coverage from across Spanish content.

Additionally, Lagencia Press and Europa Press will also distribute IMAGO’s production in Spain, which is expected to increase the benefits for IMAGO’s expanding network of content providers.

Gavin Booth , CGO from IMAGO commented – “This important project in Spain underlines our need for partners we can build with and trust. It is also a commitment to developing our Spanish content & presence in Spain through the leadership of Melchor Sangro”

 

Cesar Cebolla, International Manager from La Agencia Press commented – ‘We are very excited about having IMAGO as a partner, and absolutely convinced that with the outstanding content they produce our clients will benefit from a much more robust international offering.’

 

Manuel Pardo, Director of Business Development at Europa Press commented – ‘Some Spanish content is very relevant internationally, being football images from La Liga a good example, and we welcome the opportunity of partnering with a leading international picture agency such as IMAGO”.

Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
Photo: IMAGO / Lagencia
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You can find all the latest content from both Lagencia Press and Europa Press on our IMAGO site.

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