#PortadaLat: Kellogg, MediaMath, Grupo Clarin and Bayer Added to Amazing Roster!

Our upcoming Portada LatAm Summit preceded by the Latin Online Video Forum in Miami's Hyatt Regency Hotel on June 3-4 is getting an amazing speaker roster with top executives of the Global and Latin American Marketing and Media World. We just got the confirmation of the following 4 major speakers:

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Jon Suarez, VP, Global Media & Digital Strategy, Kellogg Company

 

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Erich Wasserman, Co-Founder, Chief Revenue Officer, MediaMath

 

 

Tomas Salvagni, Gerente-Division Comercial, Grupo Clarin

 

 

Manuel Medina Riveroll Marketing Director Mexico Bayer

 Manuel Medina Riveroll, Marketing Director Mexico, Bayer

 

 

 Early bird tickets are going fast! Register now!

Check out more confirmed speakers here!

Join us at PORTADA Mexico!

@KelloggCompany, @ClarinCom, @MediaMath, and @BayerMexico added to great Speaker Roster! @erichwasserman, @tsalvagni


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