Wired Editor-in-Chief-Scott Dadich to keynote Latam Summit, Miami June 3-4

Scott Dadich

We are going to celebrate innovation and creativity in Latin Media and Marketing in a big way on June 3-4 in Miami. That is why we are very pleased to announce that Scott Dadich, Editor-in-Chief of the iconic Wired digital and print magazine, will be the keynote speaker at Portada's 2014 Latam Summit.

Scott Dadich, Editor-in-Chief, Wired

Scott Dadich, Editor-in-Chief, Wired

"We are thrilled to have Wired's Scott Dadich keynoting the Summit," says Marcos Baer, publisher of Portada. "Attendees from all over the U.S. and Latin America will profit from Dadich's views on how emerging technologies will impact marketing, culture and politics in decades to come. What a great way to unite the very best of U.S. Tech and Media with hundreds of U.S. Hispanic and Latin American marketing and media executives that will gather at our events in early June in Miami!" Baer adds.

The 2014 edition of the Latam Summit will take place in Miami's InterContinental Hotel on June 3-4, 2014. It will be preceded by the Latin Online  Video Forum, which can be attended separately or in combination with the Latam Summit. Register at early bird price here!

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The announcement about Scott Dadich's participation is the first of many exciting news about the crafting of a very powerful agenda and innovative activities at the Portada events in Miami and during the weeks leading up to them.

About Scott Dadich, Editor-in-Chief-Wired

Scott Dadich was named Editor-in-Chief of Wired in November of 2012. Wired is the first word on how ideas and innovation are changing the world. Each month in the magazine and every day online, Wired editors deliver a glimpse into the future of business, culture, innovation, and science. AdWeek named Wired to its 2011 Hot List and made Wired its first-ever “Magazine of the Decade” in 2010. Prior to being named Editor-in-Chief of Wired, Dadich served as Vice President, Editorial Platforms & Design for Condé Nast. In this role, he oversaw the creative efforts to bring Condé Nast's storied brand portfolio to emerging digital channels. From 2006-2010, Dadich was the award-winning creative director of Wired, where he initiated and led the development of Wired groundbreaking iPad app, which was introduced in May 2010, one month after the introduction of the revolutionary device. Building upon that success, Dadich and his team have led all of the company's brands into monthly tablet publication across multiple digital platforms. Collectively, Dadich’s work has been recognized with 8 National Magazine Awards, including three General Excellence Ellies (Texas Monthly, 2003; Wired, 2007 & 2009).

 


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