CHECK OUT Portada’s Upcoming Sports Marketing Programming!

We just announced our bew Sports Marketing /Board composed of 12 major brand marketing and agency executives. Below is a 2017 chronology  of upcoming Portada initiatives that are sports marketing related.

March 29: Launch of Portada’s Sports Marketing site in beta (www.portada-online.com/sports-marketing , beta)
April 4: Publication of ANA - Portada Multicultural Thought Leadership Issue 
April-May: The 2018 Soccer World Cup Golazo Marketing Pitch Contest (Nomination and Voting)
June 7: Sports Marketing Platform Launch Session and Party at PortadaLat conference, Miami, June 7-8)
September 13: Sports Marketing Forum, part of #Portada17 (NYC, September 13-14)

 
For information on sponsorship opportunities and other creative ways to align your brand with Portada’s Sports Marketing Programming or other Portada initiatives, please reach out to Sales/Marketing Director Kelley Eberhardt at kelley@portada-online.com


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