Sprint’s Francisco Morillo Joins Portada’s Council System

We are excited to announce that Francisco Morillo, Search Engine Marketing Manager at Sprint is joining the Portada Brand Star Committee, one of the six units of Portada's Council System. The Council System next in-person meeting will be at Portada LA on March 14, 2019.

Francisco ‘Kiko’ Morillo has over 10 years of digital marketing experience with a strong focus on strategy with data-driven digital campaigns. Before joining Sprint to drive the SEM and SEO efforts, Francisco was at Xoom, a PayPal service, where he was responsible for managing digital acquisition programs through search, display, video, and app install.

Previously, he worked on the agency side as a Digital Media Director and also has experience in the e-commerce industry. He has a drive for data analysis, digital marketing innovation and drive business growth.

Welcome Francisco to Portada’s Council System!

 


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