Pablo Del Campo is a man many Argentinians can identify with. Growing up in the poorest of neighborhoods, he was an unlikely candidate to make it anywhere near the top of society. Yet somehow, he did. How? Well, for starters, his father pushed him into education from a very young age and convinced him that being successful wasn’t about money but rather knowledge. He also had a deep love for music which helped carry him through some tough times and eventually led to success as a composer. This biography will explore Pablo’s life story and how he became one of Argentina’s most respected citizens.”
Schooling and Early Career
Del Campo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 19th, 1938. His mother and father were both immigrants to the country who found work as housekeepers at one of the more affluent neighbourhoods in town. They lived a simple life with little money but they made sure that their son would be different by pushing him into education.
Pablo attended to the ESP School of Communications and Marketing and got a degree in Advertising.
Del Campo, Saatchi & Saatchi Career
After his graduation, Pablo went to work for Saatchi & Saatchi, a renowned advertising agency that has worked with global clients including Nike, Colgate-Palmolive and MasterCard. It was during this time that he met his wife Marisa de Del Campo who had been working at the agency as a researcher on various projects for different clients.
Del Campo’s work with Nike has gone down in history through marketing campaigns such as “I wanna be like Mike” and “Just do it”.