Portada expects Latin American-Panregional Marketing to grow above US$ 740 million in 2019. Miami continues to be the main panregional marketing and media hub, although Mexico City and other centers have an increasing weight in overall panregional market decision making, This is one of the insights of the 2019-2020 Panregional Marketing and Media Report. Portada’s 2019-2020 Latin America Panregional Marketing and Media Media Report provides data, intelligence, insights and forecasts (2019-2024) for marketing service vendors offering services to major brands targeting the Latin American consumer.
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Portada’s 2019-2020 Panregional Marketing and Media Report explores the influence of certain territories over panregional marketing. These panregional marketing hubs influence the purchase of marketing services ranging from production, PR and creative to paid media.
Meltwater’s Ana Hoyos, Latcom’s Valentin Bueno, and WeWork’s Ana Cristina Rivadeneyra discussed how they are using data and technology to build market share in Latin America at Portada Miami’s key insights panel: Marketing Tech in Latin America: The Opportunities Ahead.
In its twelfth annual edition, Portada Miami gathered over 100 decision-makers involved with major brands across all sectors, and provided a space for top quality networking and knowledge-sharing.
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.
The Portada Miami agenda has been updated to include executives at Carnival Cruise, Perry Ellis, Visa, and WeWork. 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.
Leading executives from the brand, agency, media, and tech sectors will gather at an exclusive Luncheon Roundtable at our upcoming twelfth annual Portada Miami on April 12 to discuss the topic: Redefining the Role of Miami as a Marketing and Media Hub. During the exclusive lunch meeting, Portada will present the results of its Panregional Marketing and Media Report. The exclusive function will take place within the framework of Portada Miami on April 12, 2019, but will only be accessible to a select group of Miami based brand marketers and other Latin American regional brand marketing decision makers.
We are excited to announce that Trinidad Tagle, Regional Marketing Manager at Estée Lauder is joining the Portada´s Brand Star Committee LatAm, one of the six units of Portada’s Council System.
Portada talked with Stanley Black & Decker’s VP Digital and Commercial Excellence Andres Amezquita about how SB&D is using Latin America as a major market to test digital and content innovations.
Miami-based agency Nobox has tapped Marcus Kawamura as Chief Creative Officer to drive brands’ engagement with consumers by generating big ideas and delivering them on multiple platforms. Rapidly shifting technology requires brands to speak with consumers on multiple platforms, but Kawamura says engaging consumers requires deep brand understanding, big ideas, and the ability to entertain and react quickly to opportunities.
Major brand, agency and technology decision makers have been added to the exclusive Luncheon Roundtable: Redefining the role of Miami as a Latin American Marketing and Media Hub, which will be taking place during Portada Miami on April 12 in the EAST Hotel. Brand marketing leaders participating in the thought leadership function include Elena Feoktistova, Regional Head of Consumer and Product Marketing LAC, MasterCard, Denisse Guerra, Marketing Director Latin America, The Estée Lauder Companies and Rafael López de Azua, Head of Media and Digital, LATAM (Director), Coty. Jose Maria Sanabria, CEO, GroupM Latin America and Adriana Bellinatti Grineberg, Regional Director, Pan-regional Latam, CENAM & Caribbean, Facebook have also confirmed their participation.
Portada is proud to present the “Luncheon Roundtable: Redefining the role of Miami as a Latin American Marketing and Media Hub”. The exclusive function will take place within the framework of Portada Miami on April 12, 2019, but will only be accessible to a select group of Miami based brand marketers and other Latin American regional brand marketing decision makers.
Portada’s unique six unit Council System will analyze growth drivers for marketing innovation and passion point marketing in multicultural America. Best-in-class networking and branding solutions are available for marketing services vendors.
AI is already impacting the media buying industry and it is expected to revolutionize the space with the automation of simultaneous processes. Alberto Pardo, Parker Morse, and Cesar M. Melgoza, founding partners of Portada’s Council System, gave us their views on how technology will help the evolution of marketing in the near future.
We talked to brilliant members of Portada’s Council System to find out where they think the industry of marketing is heading in the immediate future. In view of the accelerated pace at which the industry is evolving, companies need to get ready for what is coming in marketing.
With multicultural consumers representing an increasingly important percentage of the U.S. population, media buyers and vendors need to be very aware of where ad dollars should go, as well as really understand the process of media buying according to what’s happening in the marketplace. Pannelists at the CNN breakfast included Isabella Sánchez, VP, media integration at Zubi Advertising; Ana L. Soto, National Media Manager at JCPenney; David Mesas, VP, Business Development at Geoscape; and Jessica Román, VP, Media Director at Publicis Media.
At Portada Miami, we asked our premium attendees to tell us more about where they see marketing going now that technology is bringing the future to us. Henry Zamarripa and Vanessa Angulo, representatives of Portada’s partners Oath and People@, were two among our respondents.
Former Golden State Warriors president and current Miami Marlins president of business operations Chip Bowers discussed the team’s challenges with Scout Sports managing partner Michael Neuman at Portada Miami last week. The Marlins are facing a huge rebuild, and have decided to look outside of baseball for a blueprint.