Corona’s Jorge Inda to speak at #Portadalat: Early Bird expires this Friday!

An exciting announcement about our upcoming #Portadalat Events in Miami on June 3-4. Jorge Inda-Meza, Marketing Director at Corona Bud Light, Anheuser-Busch Inbev, and based in Mexico City, has been added to a star-studded speaker Roster. The Latin Online Video Forum and the 7th Annual Latin American Advertising and Media Summit will take place in Miami's Hyatt Regency Hotel on June 3 and 4. Jorge Inda is one of the main architects behind Corona's Sports Marketing and Entertainment strategy and will be joining other major brand marketing and Ad-Tech stars including:

CHARLIE HUNTER-SCHYFF, Head of Planning & Insights, Mobile Advertising, TELEFÓNICA
JON SUAREZ DAVIS, VP, Global Media & Digital Strategy, KELLOGG COMPANY
TOMAS SALVAGNI, Managing Director Sales and Marketing, GRUPO CLARIN
ERICH WASSERMAN, Co-Founder, Chief Revenue Officer, MEDIAMATH
FERNANDO MONEDERO, Head of Digital for Latin America, MEDIAEDGE
RUBEN LEO SARMIENTO,Marketing/Digital Marketing Director / Mexico & International, GENOMMA LAB
and many more...

Early bird expires this Friday April 17! Make sure to buy your ticket at the Early Bird Price!

 


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