Our 2011 Latin American Advertising and Media Summit in Miami’s brand new JW Marriot Marquis on June 1st and 2nd is fast approaching. The theme of the event is Latin America: Taking its Central Place on the World Stage
What to expect?
A very thorough agenda with incisive research and analysis, meaty sessions with industry leaders. Plus plenty of networking time (including a "speed dating function”). Tickets are going fast register here.
Star Speakers Include:
Belen Amatriain, Global Marketing Director, Telefonica (photo)
David Anon, Senior Director of Marketing–Latin America, Research in Motion
Adriana Mendizabal, Global Marketing Executive, Visa
Shanna Parra, Regional Marketing Manager, PepsiCo International
Alan Sokol, Partner, Intermedia Partners
Beth Uyenco, Global Research Director, Microsoft Advertising
8 Key Reasons to Attend the Summit
1. The Brazilian Opportunity
Most Fortune 500 companies are making Brazil a key market for their growth strategies during the next decade. Learn from top marketers and researchers about the opportunities and risks in marketing to the emerging Brazilian middle class.
2. New Research Findings on Latin American Internet User Behaviour
The implications for media planning and Buying. Group M and Microsoft Advertising will provide fresh data and new insights on online behavior of Latin Americans and how the new findings translate into effective media planning and buying.
3. Pay-TV can it grow more?
A behind the scenes look at a panregional media buy. Insiders tell us about the challenges they face in buying pay-TV .
4. Approaches to Panregional Marketing
Latin American Marketing lies between the poles of the centralized, multilocal
and local models: What approach should marketers choose depending on which factors? The how's and why's.
5. Telefonica’s Latam Marketing Plans
Telefonica is a top 3 Advertiser in Latin America. Hear from Belen Amatriain, Global Marketing Director at Telefonica which products the Spanish telecommunications behemoth is going to be pushing over the next few years. How will the marketing, media planning and buying process be structured.
6. Country Focus – Mexico
Top-notch panelists will analyze how political and economic risks are impacting marketing plans. In addition, changes in the Mexican media markets and the interconnection between the Mexican and U.S. Hispanic advertising and media markets will be explored.
7. Marketing Tablets, Smartphones and more…
How Nokia, Research in Motion and Sony are marketing to the emerging Latin American middle class.
8. Financing Ventures Targeting Global Latin Audiences
Do companies targeting global Latin audiences sit in front of opportunities that were not available before? What do ventures targeting Latin Audiences need to have to be attractive candidates for funding (VC/Private Equity)?
As you can see, a jam-packed day and a half!
To register to the Summit, please call 1-800-397-5322
The following sponsors have already confirmed their participation at the Summit
Sponsor of Latin American Advertising and Media Awards
Microsoft Advertising, (http://advertising.microsoft.com/latinoamerica)
Prisa Digital (www.prisa.com/areas-actividad/digital/)
Leader Sponsors Plus
Prisa Radio (http://www.prisaradio.com/)
DirecTV Latin America (http://www.directvla.com/)
Alcance Media Group (www.alcancemg.com)
US Media Consulting (www.usmediaconsulting.com)
Multimedia Inc (http://www.multimediausa.com/)
ESPN International ( http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/story?id=162746&s=tel)
Havas Digital (www.havasdigital.com)
The Latin Recording Academy (www.latingrammy.com)
Televisa Publishing + Digital (http://televisapublishing.com/)
Sponsor of Recreational Evening
Refreshment Sponsor on June 1st
Attendee Bag Sponsor
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