Agenda Latin Online Video Forum revealed! Hotel Deal expires Tomorrow!

Latin Online Video ForumMark Larkin, SVP and General Manager of CNET is going to be one of the star speakers at our Portada Latin Online Video Forum in Miami on June 3. You will be able to hear first hand how CNET uses online video in its different forms and content to engage a global audience of over 80 million users. Larkin is going to be interviewed by Carlos Ernesto Gutierrez CEO Miami Chief Growth Officer Latin America, at McCann Worldgroup.

Check out the just revealed Agenda of the Latin Online Video Forum.

The super duper deal for tickets to the Latin Online Video Forum and the Latam Summit plus 2 free hotel nights at the amazing InterContinental Hotel Miami  is expiring tomorrow! Register here!

Check out the provisional Agenda for the Latam Summit.

 


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