#Portada16: Coverage and Pics!

The Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum and 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference were co-produced with MediaPost and succesfully held on September 14 & 15 at Yotel, NYC. The complete coverage in links below:

Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum:

#Portada16 Sports Marketing Forum: Five Myths About E-Sports

#Portada16: Marketers Talk About The Challenges of Reaching Soccer Fans

How Brands Can Use Fan-Generated Video Content in Sports Marketing Campaigns

At the Sports Marketing Forum #Portada16 (PHOTOS)

10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference

#Portada16: Are Multicultural Media Buying Agencies Necessary?

CHECK OUT: #Portada16 Award Winners

#Portada16 in PHOTOS!

#Portada16: Awards Ceremony & Rooftop Terrace Party…All the PHOTOS!

#Portada17 will take place on September 13 and 14, 2017. For information about how to align your brand with this major Multicultural Marketing, Media and Tech Conference please contact Portada's Sales and Marketing Director Kelley Eberhardt at kelley@portada-online.com.


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