Portada LatAm Summit In One Week!! Get Ready!

Get Ready!! Our Portada's Latam Advertising and Media Summit is taking place in one week! The Summit wil be held in Miami on June 4 and 5, 2013.

Check out the detailed Agenda and download the  16 page Summit's program.

This year under the theme "Getting Ready for the Big Game", Portada's Latam Summit will once again be the major gathering point for marketers, media and advertising executives targeting latin audiences worldwide (Latin America, the U.S. Hispanic market and Spain).

Pathbreaking speakers at the Summit include Gawker's vey own Nick Denton as well as MasterCard's Group Head Global Media Ben Jankowski and Claudio Ferreira, publisher of Veja Magazine, the second largest magazine in the world.

Just added speakers and panelists  include Gerardo Llanes, CMO, Mexico Tourism Board, Diego Fernandez, Director of Media and Digital North America Burger King Corporation and Diego Teran, Managing Director, Mediaedge.

Tickets are going fast! Make sure you take advantage of the online promotion!

Check out the detailed Agenda and download the  16 page Summit's program.

 


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