#Portada13: Tapestry’s Griffin, MEC’s Roman and Mindshare’s Willis to lead Networking Tables

Leading client and agency execs will lead the popular Speed Networking Function tables at our 7th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference that takes place next Thursday Sept. 26 in New York City. We got confirmation that the following agency executives will be leading a table at our popular Speed Networking Function.

  • Lillian Roman Senior Partner/Associate Director National Broadcast, MEC
  • Laura Willis, Director, Mindshare Multicultural
  • Nancy Griffin, Media Director, Tapestry

7th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media ConferenceThe speed networking function will take place at 4:45pm of September 26 in the Greenhouse of the Scholastic Building, during Portada's 7th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference.
Tickets are going very fast. Register and take advantage of the special combo offer with the Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum (to take place on September 25 in the same venue, only US$ 100 more!).

Other Speed Networking Table leaders include:

  • Maria Fernanda Ordonez, VP Media Director, Red Fuse
  • Ken Solano, Digital Group Media Director, Global Advertising Strategies
  • Andrew Speyer, Managing Director, Wing
  • Javier Quintero, Media Buyer, D’Exposito & Partners
    ...and more to be revealed very soon!

Check out the agenda of the 7th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference (Sept. 26).

Check out the agenda of the Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum (Sept. 25)

About the Speed Networking Function

The purpose of the Speed Networking Function, which will take place at 4:45pm of September 26 in the Greenhouse of the Scholastic Building, is to encourage dialogue between conference attendees and the table leader (a media buyer at an agency or client side corporate marketer). It works in the following way. The table leader waits at the table assigned to him. Once attendees join his table, the table leader provides a 2-3 minute presentation about his company’s marketing objectives and/or the brands he represents as an agency planer/buyer. A 5-6 minute informal conversation between the table leader and the attendees follows. After 8 minute a bell will sound and attendees will rotate to the next table and each table leader will get a new round of attendees. This sequence repeats itself during 8 times. (Attendees will have the chance to choose 2 out of 4 different groups of tables (leaders). Portada staff will hand out different options before the speed networking function starts.)


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