Here are the PortadaLat 2017 Awards Finalists in 4 Categories!

Three finalists per category were nominated and voted by Portada's audited audience of more than 130,000 marketing, media and tech professionals throughout the U.S. and Latin America.Today we bring you the finalists, the 3 most voted nominees per category. Portada's Award Jury will cast the final votes during PortadaLat, June 7-8, at the Hyatt Regency Miami. The Award winners will be announced at the Award Ceremony on June 8 at PortadaLat! Join us as we announce the winners, register now! (Note: Golazo Award, Viajero Inteligente and Top Travel Marketing Campaigns will be announced in separate articles!)

Top Digital Innovator

Nominees are companies, including start-ups, belonging to the marketing-tech spaceInnovative SSPs, DSPs, DMPs, Ad-Exchanges in Latin America and the U.S., including Online Video content/advertising providers and Mobile Media Technologies including App-Providers.

Total votes casted: 1021

  • Sociomantic Labs (162 votes)
  • DSP Adsmovil (46 votes)
  • Taboola (46 votes)

Top Latin Online Video Campaign

Nominations are accepted for advertising agencies and clients (brands) that have created, planned and executed Online Video Marketing Campaigns in the U.S. Market and Latin America over the last 12 months. The campaign achieved high ROI for advertisers. In addition, the campaign distinguished itself by a high degree of creativity and originality.

Total votes casted: 654

  • Ram 1500/UM/LatinOn (174 votes)
  • Mastercard/universal Mccann (134 votes)
  • National Baseball Hall Of Fame/La Viva Baseball (104 votes)

Top Panregional Marketing and Media Professional

Nominations are accepted for advertising, marketing and media professionals that have made an outstanding contribution to the expansion of media and advertising targeting Latin American audiences. Award candidates should contribute to the growth of the Latin American-panregional advertising and media sector (as opposed to a more national-local approach).

Total votes casted: 1298

  • Victor Lopez, Head Of Digital Media, HAVAS (200 votes)
  • Maria Flor Palazzolo, Medula (192 votes)
  • Vicente Jubes, Ceo And Founder, LatinOn (179 votes)

Top Video Creator


Nominations are accepted from influencers and vloggers that nominate a video campaign targeting the U.S or Latin American consumer due to its originality and creativeness.  

Total votes casted: 1298

  • Sandra Cires Art (290 votes)
  • Melodic (257 votes)
  •  Hispanopost.com (217 votes)

Portada's Editorial Board Members (Award Jury) will choose among the three finalists in each category. The Award Jury will cast the final 30 votes to determine the winners. Each Juror will have 30 votes to cast per each category.

 


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