This Thursday #PortadaMexico13 with Amazon, Banamex, Samsung and many more….

header_portada_logoWe are very excited about our Third Annual Foro Mexico the Publicidad y Medios (#PortadaMwexico13) this Thursday in Mexico City's Hotel Presidente Intercontinental. We have put together a roster of incredible speakers who will talk about crucial trends in the Mexican and Latin world such as:
- The expansion of Digital Content in the Latin World: Opportunities and Challenges (by Amazon's Pedro Huerta, Director of Kindle Content).
- Mexico: 2014 Marketing and Advertising Trends. Panelists will include Santiago Duran, Digital & Catalyst Director, Havas Media México,Mercedes López Arratia, Head of Digital Marketing and Premium Marketing, Banamex and Alejandro Aleman, Digital Marketing Manager, Samsung.
- The latest about Content Marketing in the Latin World. With author and new media executive Joe Kutchera and Carlos Espindola, eHUB Manager Latin America, 3M.

Tickets are going fast. Buy your ticket before Thursday and get a free book ( "(É-X-I-T-O), su estrategia de marketing" written and edited by Joe Kutchera.).

Download the Conference Program!

 


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