FULL COVERAGE: Foro Portada México 2014 – #PortadaMex

Portada’s editorial team thanks all attendees and speakers for having made the #PortadaMex an outstanding event. We are proud to contribute to the development of the Mexican and Latin American marketing and media industries.

All presentations of the Foro Portada México 2014 are available! (Download them at the bottom of this page!) (Requires log-in / Free registration)

Here is the complete coverage of Foro Portada México de Publicidad y Medios 2014.

The event in links!

#PortadaMex discusses Global Trends in Programmatic Buying

#PortadaMex – Alejandro Campos Carles: ” buying efficiency, a challenge to digital marketing”

#PortadaMex – México: What should we expect in terms of marketing and investment for 2015?

#PortadaMex – Male consumer’s profile in Latin America

#PortadaMex in pics!

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