SCOPEN (previously Grupo Consultores) is a leading consulting firm specialized in the communications industry with a deep research base. The company was founded in 1990 as Grupo Consultores, and the goal of its skilled professional teams is to support the continuous improvement of marketing communications industry. We work with marketers, agencies and media. We have worked with leading companies in different markets around the world helping them in their decision making and also with business development solutions. Our team of professionals provides the best experience and advice possible in Iberia (Spain and Portugal), USA, Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, México and Chile) and Asia Pacific (China, Singapore and India). SCOPEN has offices in Madrid, Lisbon, London, São Paulo, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Beijing, Shanghai, Johannesburg and Singapore.SCOPEN operates jointly with R3 to Agencies in APAC.
SCOPEN develops globally the following proprietary Studies: agencyScope, mediaScope, digitalScope, prScope, salaryScope, contentScope, clientScope, nbScore, agencyScore, ...
SCOPEN offers support in the management of change, because we know that sometimes our clients need support in this changing times. The Company works under the following principles: Efficiency, Team Work, Independence, Confidentiality, Innovation and Long Term Relationships.
The company was founded in 1990, starting to provide Agency Selection services in Spain. SCOPEN has 3 partners (César Vacchiano, Kika Samblas, and Pedro Loureiro) all currently working in the company and specialized in different areas of business. The different services expanded offering consultancy in a wide range of areas through the marketing communications industry and in 2003 the company started its international expansion.
SCOPEN has collaborated during more than 20 years with more than 1,000 clients (marketers, media and all types of agencies). The company provides different services tailored for each client in the different markets.
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, India, Mexico, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, South Africa, UK