Join Us THIS FRIDAY at Portada Miami and Network With Major Innovators From Carnival Cruise, Perry Ellis, WeWork and More!

What: The Portada Miami agenda has been updated to include executives at Carnival Cruise, Perry Ellis, Visa, and WeWork.
Why it matters: Portada Miami, on April 12 at the EAST Hotel, will explore the advance of MarTech in Latin Markets, as well as the role of Miami as a Marketing and Media Hub. Register here.

 

The twelfth annual edition of Portada Miami on April 12 (EAST Hotel Miami) will focus on how technological innovation is reshaping the Latin American and U.S. marketing space. Brand Marketing leaders from disruptor firms and Fortune 500 companies will dissect how AR, AI, VR, Biometrics and other technologies can be best used for brand communications. The top-notch program also includes an opportunity for attendees to have three meetings with brand and media agency leaders to share insights and explore business opportunities (see below). In addition, three units of the Portada Council System will have their private meetings at Portada Miami: the Americas Board, the Travel Marketing Board, and the Brand Star Committee Latam.

The Top-Notch Agenda Includes

Content to Commerce: the Latin Story 

Andres Amezquita, VP Digital and Commercial Excellence, Stanley Black and Decker Latin America, will explain how the company is using Latin America as a major market to test innovations. As the end-user’s consumption and shopping behavior are changing by digital platforms, SB&D is proactively changing its marketing approach and producing content geared to ultimately increase sales. Learn why and how the manufacturing tools and household hardware giant is shifting from traditional commercialization strategies to an end user-centered e-commerce approach to marketing.

 

The Advance of MarTech in Latin Markets

WeWork's Ana Cristina Rivadeneyra

In this session, Valentin Bueno, CEO, Latcom; Alejandro Clabiorne, CEO, PHD Latam; Ana Cristina Rivadeneyra, Senior Marketing Lead, WeWork; and Ana Hoyos, Director of Meltwater Latin America, will be analyzing how brand marketers can reap benefits from the advance of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Digital OOH in Latin America.

 

 

 

 

How Technology is Turning Event Experiences Upside Down

Visa's Andres Polo

Andres Polo, Global Head of Innovation & Strategic Partnerships Marketing at Visa, will be explaining how disruptive technologies like the use of biometrics for ticketing, artificial reality and smart stadiums are redefining the consumer experience at events. A myriad of opportunities are opening up for marketers.

 

 

 

Data, Content and Commerce

OMD's Ana Crandell

Audience interactions with content provide a gold mine of data. But how to make sense of it and avoid analysis paralysis? Cristina Esteve, VP E-Commerce Carnival Cruise Lines; Andrew W. Russo, VP Data Science, Starmark; Ana Crandell, Group Account Director, OMD Multicultural; and Seth Holladay, VP of Digital Research & Analytics for CNN will explain how content influences commerce and analyze how data determines their content strategies.

 

Miami’s Evolving Role as a Marketing Hub: A Brand Marketer’s View

Joseph Roisman, EVP at Perry Ellis International, the global sportswear and clothing player will discuss the distinctive advantages of Miami as a global marketing hub.

 

Portada Meet-Up

Attendees will enjoy our Portada Meet-Up offering of one-on-one meetings with major pre-screened brand and agency executives, including more than 50 members of Portada’s Council System. Make your choices on a first-come-first-served basis after you get your ticket.
Check out the full agenda and register now here!

 

ROPO: A Deep Dive

ROPO (Research online purchase off-line) by consumers has become a crucial determinant of sales. It has also impacted digital vs. offline marketing attribution. Get the latest insights from Carlos Leal, Marketing Director at Rappi and Kate Canel, Director, Performance Media at The Shipyard.

 

Panregional Marketing Case Study

Adapting global campaigns to Latin American local markets Learn how Pepsico successfully launched a global marketing concept in Colombia and then expanded it throughout Latin America leveraging local relevance.

 

 

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