Amazon’s Guillermo Rivera Joins Portada’s Council System

We are excited to announce that Guillermo Rivera Hernandez, Sr. Marketing Manager at Amazonis joining the Portada Brand Star Committee LatAm, one of the seven units of Portada's Council System. The Portada Brand Star Committee LatAm next in-person meetings will be for the occasion of Portada Mexico on October 17  at the wonderful Casa Lamm.

Guillermo is a marketing passionate with over 8 years of experience in digital transformation in multicultural and transnational companies, including business strategies planning and execution for E-commerce, Content Management, Social Media, CRM and Partnerships. He has been one of the leaders for the Marketing teams responsible for the launch of Digital Strategy in more than 7 different LATAM countries and one of the executives behind the biggest e-tailer (Amazon) launch in Mexico.

Welcome Guillermo to the Portada Council System!


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