Portada’s Latin American Advertising and Media Awards: Nominate Your Candidates!

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Let the fun start! Portada's Latin American Advertising and Media Awards reward excellency in Latin American (panregional) advertising campaigns and in start-ups/media companies targeting pan-latin audiences (Latin America, U.S. Hispanic and the Iberian Peninsula!).

Award Winners will be announced at Portada's 2013 Latin American Advertising Media Summit, June 4-5 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Miami.

Click here to register for the Summit and/or the Latin Content Marketing Forum!


THE 9 CATEGORIES!

  •      Top Latin Content Marketing Campaign
  •      Top Content Provider to Latin Audiences
  •     Top Latin American Digital Media Agency
  •     Top Digital Media Innovator in the Latin World
  •     Top Panregional Advertising Campaign
  •     Top Panregional Digital Advertising Campaign
  •     Top Panregional Integrated Campaign
  •     Top Panregional Advertising and Media Professional of the Year
  •     Top Latin American Media Innovation

Start the fun and enter your candidates!


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