Portada Reveals Its Expanded Sports Marketing Board of Senior Brand Execs. Their input will drive Portada’s content and relationship platform.
Ronaldo’s star status is unassailable internationally, but still emerging in the U.S. beyond soccer fandom.
The world’s No. 1-ranked player has been a spectacularly successful pitchman for numerous products across various categories, but will his remarks praising Margaret Court and bashing the ATP schedule cause sponsors to rethink their commitments to him?
The Arizona Diamondbacks continue to demonstrate a strong commitment to the Latino community. The Latino market makes up a significant portion of the team’s fan base.
Ray Flores has become one of the most prominent broadcasters and ring announcers in MMA and boxing. He has set a high standard and serves as an outstanding role model for Latinos in the sports broadcasting word, particularly in combat sports.
The NFL has increased its work engaging the Latino community through various efforts including games in Mexico City and the new Hispanic Leadership Alliance.
Portada announces expansion of Sports Marketing Coverage, focusing on two main areas: soccer marketing and all aspects of sports business around latino consumers in North America.
The 2017 season saw Formula 1 register an increase in audience figures across both TV and digital platforms compared to the previous year. Brazil was the 2nd strongest market with a 13.4% audience growth.Brazil is still the biggest TV market with more than 76 million viewers.
the New York Cosmos have enjoyed a huge resurgence lately, but are at risk of becoming defunct unless the North American Soccer League scores a major assist.
With the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT) exit from World Cup play, sports marketers could face some adjustments to their marketing strategies.
NBCUniversal/Telemundo and América Móvil jointly submitted today to the Mexican Football Federation bids for the Mexico National Team media rights, one for the United States, and the other for the rest of the world, for two World Cup cycles.
Social media — particularly Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram — has emerged as a key component in supporting sponsorship activations among a great majority of marketers, according to a new study by the ANA (Association of National Advertisers).
We talked to Rahul Kadavakolu, Executive Director of Global Marketing & Branding at Rakuten Group, about why the Japanese online services company chose FC Barcelona as their gateway to the globalization of its brand.
We talked to Simon Wardle, Octagon’s Chief Strategy Officer, about how sports fans have changed over the past few years, and the challenges and opportunities brands are facing to reach those fans.
After years of competing against other sports giants, soccer has finally managed to position itself among the top sports favored by American fans.
More brands like AmFam, Valspar, Target, Etihad Airways, Acura, and Bimbo decide to be on the MLS team’s jerseys, and sponsorships will keep growing.
AT&T has extended its sponsorship agreement with Soccer United Marketing, the commercial arm of Major League Soccer (MLS). The telecom company will continue to sponsor not only MLS, but also the United States and Mexican national soccer teams.
Daniel Keats, Director Sports and Sponsorships, Consumer Marketing Allstate Insurance is the latest addition of high powered brand marketing executives to speak at our annual conference (#Portada17 in New York City on Sept. 13-14). Keats is going to provide unique insights on soccer marketing in the U.S and why the soccer opportunity extends far beyond the Hispanic market (fútbol).
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.