Choose your #Portada17 Meetings! (Dunkin’, MLS, Heineken, GroupM, UM and Many More…)

As soon as you register to Portada17 (September 13-14 in New York City), you will be able to choose your speed-networking table leaders through the Portada17 app! During the speed-networking function taking place at 4:10 pm on Sept.14, attendees will meet seven of the below twelve table leaders (on a first-come-first-serve basis). Register now and choose who you want to meet through the Portada17 app (a link to download  will be sent to attendees once they register)!

Check out the Speed-networking Table Leaders at Portada17!

Table 1: Janina Delloca-Pawlowski Dunkin' Brands Multicultural Marketing Manager

Table 2: Jose Manuel Montenegro, SVP, Group Partner, Multicultural Planning, UM Worldwide, J3
 Accounts Include: Johnson & Johnson brands

Table 3: Nelson Pinero Senior Digital Director, Senior Partner, GroupM
Accounts Include: Nestle, Ikea, Bayer, GKS

Table 4: Felix Palau, SVP-Marketing, Heineken

Table 5: Desiree Katzenberger, Associate Media Director, D Exposito & Partners
Accounts include: Amica Mutual Insurance, Port Authority of NY & NJ, US Army, Tajín

Table 6: Vicente Navarro, VP of Business Development, AC&M Group
Accounts Include: :New Balance, BCBSNC, Familly Dollar, Soccer.com , Worldsoccershop.com, Lacrosse.com

Table 7. Ronald Mendez Managing Partner, Multicultural Lead Mediacom
Accounts include: AARP, WholeFoods, Revlon, Mars, Wrigley, Subway

Table 8: Adolfo Romero,Director International Events & Marketing,  MLS

Table 9: Eduardo Perez,President, PM3 Agency
Accounts Include: PAYCHEX, Georgia Lottery, Cox Communications, Napa Autoparts

Table Leaders 9 to 12 to be announced in the next few days!

Obtain major insights about passion point marketing (Sports, Multicultural etc). PLUS: Get 1:1 introductions with senior brand and agency executives.


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