In what some are calling the fourth industrial revolution, new technologies like AI and VR are expected to dominate the marketing space. Marketers like Bravo and Fernandez agree that companies need to evolve to survive. We talked to Nestlé’s Margie Bravo and NFL’s Marissa Fernandez about what’s next in marketing and how to prepare for what the future brings.
Drinkfinity’s Yamile Elías: “Our Vision Is to Break the Traditional Model and Rethink How People Drink”
We talked to Yamile Elias, Head of Marketing of the Drinkfinity brand at PepsiCo, to find out more about the marketing strategies behind this new product. There is an ongoing tension between online and physical retail. Products like Drinkfinity could set a new trend for other brands to follow.
BrandZ, WPP and Kantar have released their annual report of the top 50 more valuable brands in Latin America. Mexico is home to more of the most valuable brands than any other Latin American country, but Brazil is catching up.
Avocados from Mexico made another big splash with its fourth Super Bowl ad. Rather than launching a specific product, AFM highlighted the versatility of avocados and looked to connect with consumers on a broader scale.
A summary of the most exciting recent research in brand marketing in the U.S., U.S.-Hispanic and Latin American markets. If you’re trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.
We talked to Mauricio Pallares, Director of Marketing and Digital Sales at BBVA Bancomer, about why Liga MX’ sponsorship is so important to the bank.
Too many brands are failing to recognize that a significant percentage of their future growth will be generated by Hispanic consumers. We spoke to Margie Bravo, Multicultural Marketing Manager at Nestle, about Best Practices for preparing your brand for a Multicultural world
What: Facebook and Netflix resulted YouGov BrandIndex’s 2017 brands generating the most positive word of mouth among millennials. Why it matters: Lane Bryant, a plus-size retailer, gained the most in positive word of mouth generation among millennials over the past year. YouGov BrandIndex has released 2016-2017 WOM (word of mouth) ranking among Millennials in the US. Taking the first and second […]
Throughout all of the amazing presentations at #Portada17, one key question was brought up time and time again: As a marketer, how do we market ourselves? Is “Hispanic”-targeted marketing dying, and if so, how do we justify our jobs?
VIDEO – Joi Tyrell from Campbell Ewald/Sociedad: “Break the Rules and Take a Chance to Make an Exciting Mkt Plan”
Joi Tyrell, SVP Director, Campbell Ewald/Sociedad, talks about how a marketer can tell if he or she is being successful, and how to keep targeting the multicultural market in the U.S.
Diego Scotti, EVP and CMO at Verizon Communications, provides exclusive insights into his company”s new mostly Spanish-language spot promoting Verizon’s unlimited data plans.
We talked to Alyssa Bruno, Marketing Director for the Colorado Rapids, about what strategies are working the best to grow the team within the MLS.
We talked to Lexie Sidney, Director of Strategic Marketing for the MLS Houston Dynamo, about the team’s marketing strategies for growth and the challenges it faces in the sports market.
Interview with Nivea Mexico: “As a brand we have not exploited the full potential of the Real Madrid platform”
We talked to Pablo Sánchez, NIVEA Men, Shower, Sun, and Intimate Brand Manager in Mexico, about the company’s international campaign in alliance with Real Madrid, and why the brand chose soccer as its sporting ally.
Mazda’s VP of Marketing Russell Wager: “The First Stage of our Hispanic Campaign will be in Japanese.”
In an effort to reach Hispanic consumers that align directly with the Mazda brand goals, Mazda, for the first time, is investing in an all-new marketing campaign tailored to the Hispanic market that will launch this week. Mazda is the second major automotive company, Chrysler being the other one, that has announced a Hispanic specific campaign in the last month. Portada interviewed Mazda’s […]
According to AdColony’s Spring 2017 App Install Marketing Survey of the top 250 grossing app developers, a full 50 percent of all app install spending now goes to video advertising. Half of that is for full-screen video ads, while the rest goes to in-feed, social, and television video ads. We spoke to industry insiders about how the rise of video in app marketing will factor into Hispanic-targeted app marketing campaigns.
Check out our new roundup for brand marketers, where you’ll find the most relevant new insights and research published over the last week. If you’re trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.
Chrysler unveils its’ latest brand campaign “Hero,” specifically developed and created for Hispanic market, for the all-new minivan Chrysler Pacifica.Spot will air in top Hispanic markets including Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami and more.
Luxury Travel-PH&R’s Robert Van Ness: “In our Florida Campaign, we targeted High Intent Consumers and Saw a Dramatic Increase in Revenue”
Portada talked to Robert Van Ness, Executive Vice President of Americas Preferred Hotels & Resorts about how the brand’s marketing strategies within the Luxury travel market.
Portada talked to John Alvarado, Crown Imports Senior Director of Brand Marketing, and a member of Portada’s Sports Marketing Board, about how his company’s brands target young U.S. sports fan.