#Portada15: DOWNLOAD the 16-page Program of Events Starting Today!

#Portada 15 is taking place this Wednesday Sept. 16 and Thursday Sept. 17! DOWNLOAD the 16-page Program of the events, with the agendas and all the information you need.

Check out the bios of dozens of brand, marketing agency and entertainment stars!
The latest additions to a very strong program are:

  • Daniel Suárez, NASCAR XFinity Series Driver (special on on one interview
  • Michael Tribolet, CEO, YipTV
  • Stephen Paez, VP Director, Multicultural, Spark SMG
  • Bernardo Gomez, Group Creative Director, Havas Worldwide
  • Manny Gonzalez, Senior Director - Multicultural, Moet Hennessy USA
  • Abe Diaz, Associate Media Director, RPA
  • Jairo Giraldo, Sports Editor el Diario NY

DOWNLOAD the program!

Tickets are going very fast. Take advantage of the special online promotion to acquire your ticket.

Join us at PORTADA Mexico!


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