THIS WEEK! AB-InBev, CENTURY21, NYPR, Kia, Sprint Are Ready to Unlock Innovation at #PortadaNY
Key brand decision-makers will discuss what is the future of marketing THIS WEEK on September 12 at the Westin Times Square. The agenda includes: multicultural marketing in America, 5G, smart cities, experiential marketing, and much more. Four units of Portada's council system will hold their private meetings at the event. Get tickets now and meet executives of your choice at Portada Meet Up.
Join the Conversation About What is the Future of Marketing at Portada New York
This year, for the 13th annual edition of Portada New York, marketing innovators will delve deep into the best practices of marketing technology and will discuss new insights to target consumers in Multicultural America.
On September 12 at the Westin Times Square, top brands will show how they're evolving their video and mobile marketing toolkit to engage consumers with entertainment and sports content. In addition, brilliant speakers will discuss the future of experiential marketing, omni-channel marketing and multi-touchpoint attributions, as well as how 5G will revolutionize connectivity.
Portada New York attendees will be able to network with members of Portada’s Council System. The Americas Board, Brand Star Committee, Agency Star Committee and Sports Marketing Board will hold their second 2019 in-person meetings at the same venue.
Portada New York offers senior executives from tech, media and marketing firms the opportunity to interact with brand marketers through Portada’s one-on-one meetup offering. Get tickets and choose whom to meet from a list of brand and agency decision-makers pre-screened by Portada (first-come, first-served).
Don't miss these brand innovation stars at Portada New York. Get your tickets at a special price (US100 off) before Friday the 6th. To find out about other business and branding opportunities, contact Isabel Ojeda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Brand Innovation Speakers to take the Portada New York Stage:
Kim Lauersdorf, Vice President, Marketing at EmblemHealth @EmblemHealth
interviewed by David Queamante, SVP, Client Business Partner
Marketing in multicultural America means to recreate precise brand content to effectively preserve its creative and emotional intent while making it resonate in other languages and cultures.
INNOVATION SHOWCASE: The Future of Fandom: 5G and Smart Cities
Peter Sorckoff, Founder & CEO, Seer World @PeterSorckoff
interviewed by Francisco Morillo, Digital Marketing Manager, Sprint
What happens in a world without lag? 5G and Smart Cities are coming and bring a ton of opportunities for marketers to become even closer to their biggest fans.
ENGAGING THE BIG APPLE’S CULTURALLY DIVERSE AUDIENCE
Lisa Baird, CMO, New York Public Radio (NPR)
interviewed by Ward Bullard, Chair of Portada’s Sports Marketing Board
As local journalism declines and podcasting continues to grow, NYPR is committed to reaching a larger, more diverse audience with rigorous reporting and news, important conversation, classical music, and entertaining and informative podcasts.
CREATING BRANDED CONTENT TO CHANGE BRAND PERCEPTION
Eugene Santos, Senior Manager, Advertising & Marketing, Multicultural, Kia Motors @EugeneASantos
Kia’s new tagline, “Give It Everything” has redefined its marketing approach and spirit of trying harder, working smarter, build better and sweat every detail. In many respects, this is the U.S Hispanic story. Kia Latino is redefining how the organization is using influencers and dual-language marketing to provide authenticity. But what are the KPIs that truly matter to measure success? Is Custom Content with partners important to change perception?
THE EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING CONUNDRUM: How to measure ROI and transfer best practices between marketing platforms.
Felix Palau, Group Brand Director Tequila, Proximo Spirits
in conversation with Michael Temple, VP, National Marketing & Events, CENTURY 21
Experiential marketing has many investment items including entertainment/sports property sponsorship, media, point of sales, events, etc. Major experiential marketers constantly measure the effectiveness of their sponsorships ROI and set best practices to be transferred among all platforms. Hear how two leading experiential marketers deal with these challenges.