Axel Steinman, VP Emerging Markets, Advertising and Online Business, Microsoft Advertising

Axel SteinmanIn this role, Axel is responsible for growing the revenue and market share of display, search, ad networks and emerging assets for Microsoft advertising across Asia Pacific, India, Spanish Latin-American, Greater China, Middle East and Africa and Central and Eastern Europe regions.

This includes all Microsoft online properties, among others: MSN, Windows Live, XBOX Live, Bing, Skype and Mobile.

These experiences involved all business segments in the South part of Latin America, based in Argentina; Central America, based in Florida; and the Caribbean, based in Puerto Rico.

 

Learn more about crucial strategies from advertising and media luminaries targeting Latin American and Hispanic audiences. Book now for our Latam Advertising and Media Summit, a required event for any marketing professional.

 


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