#PortadaMex Early Bird expires tomorrow: Castrol, Amex, Ariadna added!

Exciting new speaker additions to our Foro Mexico de Publicidad y Medios in Mexico City's Hotel Presidente InterContinental on October 14. We just got the confirmation of Farah Fuentes Bonilla, Retail Channel Manager, Castrol who is going to participate in a panel on Men's media consumption habits in Latin America together with Daniela Martínez,Vicepresidente Senior de Estrategia Corporativa, Investigación y Administración de Ventas, A&ERicardo Cuellar,VP Business Planning A&I, Mindshare and Leonardo Zuniga, Business Group Manager Automotive, After Market Division, 3M.
In addition, Max Gomez, Sr. Planning Director of Ariadna, is going to participate in a panel on best practices in Mexican E-commerce.

Early bird expires tomorrow, so take advantage of the early bird rate now!

Check out the preliminary Agenda!


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