2012 Latam Summit: Confirmaron Diageo, Chopard y Christian Dior en el panel de Bienes de Lujo

Latinoamérica se ha convertido en uno de los principales mercados para los bienes y servicios de lujo. Esta es la razón por la que armamos un panel sobre "Bienes de Lujo" en nuestra próxima Cumbre Latinoamericana el 6 y 7 de junio en Miami, en el Hotel Perry South Beach.

Olga Martinez, Directora de innovación para Latinoamérica y El Caribe en Diageo, Rudolf Lang, Managing Director para Chopard Marketing Services y Luis Ortuzar, Director de Marketing Panregional de Christian Dior hablarán sobre cómo las compañías están apostando al mercado de bienes de lujo latinoamericano.

Carlos Otero, Business Development Director en Euromonitor International nos proveerá de la perspectiva de investigación. El panel estará moderado por Sergio Carrera, General Manager para EEUU y Puerto Rico de Televisa Publishing.

Los tickets para nuestra LatAm Summit están disponibles! Obtenga su ticket aquí!


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