News About Us: Bob Oliva, New Senior Representative in Miami

We are very happy to announce the addition of Bob Oliva, managing partner of the Godoy Oliva group, to the Portada family as our Senior Sales and Business Development Representative in Miami. Bob will develop new business for Portada in the all important Florida market. “We are honored to count with such a heavy weight like Bob to develop our properties, which include our Annual Panregional Advertising and Media Summit which takes place in Miami this year on June 3rd”, said Marcos Baer, publisher of Portada.

The addition of Oliva to Portada’s sales team is the first of a series of ambitious steps Portada is going to undertake in 2010. Stay tuned!


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