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MediaPost and Portada are Combining Forces on September 14-15, Yotel, NYC

MediaPost and Portada are working together to make an even better 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference (Sept 15) and Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum (Sept. 14)! Both companies will be jointly producing, marketing and programming these major annual events. Benefit from MediaPost's unparalleled penetration in U.S. marketing and media and of Portada's unique positioning in Multicultural marketing.

Join us as we celebrate 10 years of excellence  at the 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference, the pre-eminent event for Hispanic and Multicultural marketers will be preceded by the Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum(www.portada-online.com/events/hispanic-forum) on Sept.14. MediaPost and Portada are renowned for connecting the best minds in multicultural marketing, media and tech to discuss the latest trends and changes in the marketplace. More than ever, these marquee multicultural marketing conferences produced by MediaPost and Portada will be can't-miss events.

Key Themes

  • Multicultural Shopper Marketing: What are the Big Ideas? A Major CPG and a Big Box Retailer Provide Key insights on the Shopper Marketing Discipline
  • Short Sweet and Extremely Filling: How a Major Marketer Produces Snackable Content for Hispanics
  • Marketing to the Latina Millennial: What you Need to Know to Emulate the Success of Innovative Brands
  • Political Marketing in a Crucial Year: New Technologies to Capture Voter Preferences
  • Using Data-Marketing to reach the Hispanic Consumer: Art or Science?
  • What Media Agency Should You Choose? Best Practices in Multicultural Media Buying 
  • Marketing Financial Services to Hispanics
  • Back by Popular Demand: Speed Networking Function...and much more!

Check out coverage and highlights from last year's 2015 Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference:  


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 Portada's Hispanic Advertising and Media Awards reward excellency and professionalism in marketing campaigns, media properties and marketing and media professionals.

2016 AWARD CATEGORIES:

  1. TOP MARKETER TO HISPANIC AUDIENCES
  2. TOTAL MARKET CAMPAIGN
  3. TOP SPORTS CAMPAIGN
  4. TOP DIGITAL AUDIO CAMPAIGN - Presented by Audio.Ad
  5. TOP MEDIA PROPERTY TARGETING HISPANIC AUDIENCES
  6. TOP CONTENT PROVIDER TO HISPANIC AUDIENCES
  7. “PROGRAMATICO LOPEZ” DIGITAL INNOVATOR AWARD
  8. TOP HISPANIC DIGITAL ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN
  9. TOP INTEGRATED HISPANIC CAMPAIGN
  10. TOP MOBILE CAMPAIGN
  11. “CONQUISTADOR” - TOP MEDIA PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
  12. TOP ONLINE VIDEO CAMPAIGN
  13. 2016 GRAND WINNER (Most overall voted finalist of all categories)

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CALENDAR AND PROCEDURE

July 18 - August 5: Nomination Period

Nominations for the 12 categories are open for submission until August 5th. For assistance with any questions or comments about submissions, please email: Awards@portada-online.com

August 12-August 26: Voting Period

August 29: Finalists are announced
Finalists are the top 3 most voted nominees per category. Portada’s Award Jury then will cast the final votes.

September 15: Award Ceremony
Winners will be announced at the 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference Award Ceremony on September 15, 2016. Stay tuned and follow #Portada16 for updates!


SPEAKERS

  • Zach Rosenberg

    Zach Rosenberg

    Zach began his career 30+ years ago in account management on the full service agency side working at JWT, DDB and Chiat/Day. While at Chiat/Day in the early ‘90s, Zach was selected to be a part of Jay Chiat’s prestigious “Agency of the Future” task force, which helped to create the virtual office, a concept that was far ahead of its time.

    After a decade on the creative agency side and foretelling a wave of media specialization, Zach joined Western Media (now Initiative) in 1995 as SVP, Group Account Director to manage Walt Disney business spanning multiple divisions of the company.

    Zach joined Horizon in 2000 as EVP, General Manager and led the West Coast operation for 11 years before being elevated to Chief Growth Officer for the entire agency. During Zach’s tenure, he helped catapult the agency into the largest privately held media services agency in the U.S. Zach joined MBMG, a 13 year old agency as President in late 2015. MBMG is a full service media agency with experience in a wide range of categories including insurance, auto, retail, gaming and destination and is currently the 2nd largest buyer of national TV out of the West Coast.

    Zach was the recipient of thinkLA’s prestigious “Leader of the Year” award acknowledging creative media leadership, an award typically given to agency creative directors. Zach is an active board member of thinkLA, the largest non-profit association founded to promote LA as a network of creativity and innovation in media, marketing and advertising. Zach is a graduate of Pepperdine University and is a regular guest speaker in their advertising program. He frequently moderates industry panels and authors articles covering various marketplace issues and trends.

    Passions

    Family. We have two boys, one in college and one in high school. Playing golf but humbled by the fact they outplay me.

  • Ben Krakow

    Ben Krakow

    A self-proclaimed political junkie with an entrepreneurial penchant, Ben Krakow is the co-founder and President of VoterGuru a political match-making startup. Under Ben’s leadership, VoterGuru has grown from a simple survey into a thriving voter education platform with thousands of users. Krakow has been featured in publications such as Inc., MediaPost, and Observer.

    Ben began his career at Horizon Media, where he sharpened his digital media expertise and subsequently served as the liaison between the digital business and the technology departments.

    Ben’s pension for invention extends to his personal life, where he and his wife enjoy eating his culinary creations (which regularly result in him placing poached eggs on an amalgam of leftovers).

  • Gonzalo del Fa

    Gonzalo del Fa

    As president of GroupM Multicultural, Gonzalo plays a key role in all aspects of the
    multicultural media and marketing efforts initiated by GroupM agencies Maxus, MEC,
    Mediacom, Metavision and Mindshare. The goal of the division is to provide clients with
    a relevant, informative and trustworthy point of view of multicultural markets and
    audiences across the US, resulting in tailored communications strategies based on in-
    depth knowledge of consumers.

    Under Gonzalo’s leadership, GroupM Multicultural handles $600 million in billings from
    clients such as Nestle, AT&T, Unilever, VW, Anheuser Busch, Colgate, Ikea, Lancôme,
    Subway, Church & Dwight, Campbell’s, Abbott, KFC and Kimberly Clark.

  • Karina Dobarro

    Karina Dobarro

    Karina is the newly appointed Multicultural Brand Strategy lead at Horizon Media
    responsible for the development of multicultural campaigns across our client roster.
    She came to us from GroupM where she spent the last six years. Most recently as the
    Multicultural Managing Director at Mindshare managing some of their biggest clients
    such as Unilever, Bacardi, and Kimberly Clark. Karina brings with her great
    communication planning skills and a deep knowledge of the US Hispanic market and its
    consumers.

    Prior to GroupM, Karina worked at the Vidal Partnership Group for over four years
    managing The Home Depot media planning and buying unit. While there, she also had
    the opportunity to work on Kraft Foods, Ketel One and new business development.
    Previously, she worked at Initiative Media in New York and San Francisco for a period
    of four years. During her tenure at Initiative Media, Karina worked on an array of
    clients, such as Bayer, Elizabeth Arden, Burlington, Taco Bell, Disney and The Home
    Depot.

    In her spare time Karina enjoys traveling, reading and yoga as well as spending quality
    time with her family and dog.

  • Analia Benedetti

    Analia Benedetti

    Analia is a marketing and sales professional with more than 20 years of Global experience in Fortune 500 companies. She is currently Director of Shopper Marketing and Multicultural Commercialization at Kellogg’s where she is responsible for partnering across product development, marketing and retail to drive growth with an increasingly diverse shopper and consumer base. Under her leadership, the Regional Shopper Marketing team is taking a more holistic approach to engage multicultural shoppers through the entire path to purchase by leveraging key inspiring insights and transforming them into meaningful and culturally relevant programs

  • Lindsay Stewart

    Lindsay Stewart

    Lindsay Stewart has worked in digital advertising for nearly 15 years. During the last six, Lindsay has served as a sales director at MaxPoint, focusing on national digital advertising programs for brands aiming to reach multicultural audiences. Alongside a dedicated team, Lindsay works with brands ranging from auto to retail to ensure that ad spend is precise in reaching a campaign’s targeted ethnicities.

  • Tracy Galindo

    Tracy Galindo

    Tracy is the Managing Director of GT Universe, a boutique marketing and event activation agency, whose mission is to get retailers and brands rediscovered through the use of targeted marketing, promotional and interactive programming. Given her long-standing relationships, Tracy develops marketing, merchandising and advertising programs that have helped companies like Jewel-Osco, Albertsons, and more than 150 manufacturers achieve double-digit sales growth through strategic partnerships and positioning.

    Tracy’s career spans close to 15 years of working closely with multicultural communities, from Univision Radio San Diego to the Mexico Tourism Board Chicago to the Ethnic Marketing and Merchandising Desks for Jewel-Osco and Albertsons. With the ongoing cross-culturalization of tastes and traditions, Tracy has published articles, hosted workshops, and led speaking engagements, all around the theme of helping brands overcome obstacles as they start crossing over to appeal to new, diverse markets. Her passion and personal experience surrounding this concept have allowed companies to reach new heights as they develop and execute multicultural marketing campaigns.

  • Jose R. Costa

    Jose R. Costa

    Jose R. Costa is Group President for Driven Brands, where he leads MAACO®, CARSTAR® and Drive N Style®. Collectively, these brands operate more than 1,100 body shops across North America and generate more than $1.4 billion in annual system sales.

    Before assuming this role in October 2015, Costa was President of MAACO®. There he managed 500 automotive body shops across the U.S. and Canada.

    Prior to joining Driven Brands, as VP of Marketing, R&D and Supply Chain at BURGER KING®, Costa grew Latin America’s EBITDA from $50 million to $80 million in 26 months. He was also President of COSTA IMC, a branding and interactive marketing firm focused on the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American segments.

    Costa has over 20 years of experience working for brands such as Young & Rubicam, Bank of America, PepsiCo and YUM Brands on both the client and agency side. He also has extensive experience in restructuring portfolio companies for private equity firms like 3G Capital, Harvest Partners, and Roark Capital Group.

    In 2016, Costa won the Executive of the Year Bronze Stevie® Award in the Automotive and Transport Equipment Industry category. The Stevie Awards recognize outstanding performance in the workplace.

    He is the chapter leader of the Charlotte Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the world's oldest and most prestigious food society, and he is also involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

    Costa has a Master's degree in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University and an MBA from University of Chicago.

  • Randy Stockdale

    Randy Stockdale

    Bilingual & bicultural International marketing executive with extensive experience in general management, global marketing, US-Hispanic advertising, B2B/B2C, retail, CPG, financial services.

    Unique background has enabled to effectively manage and lead within multicultural and multilingual business environments.

    Dual citizenship in the US and Mexico. Fluent in English and Spanish, and semi-fluent in Portuguese.

  • Nelson Peña

    Nelson Peña

    Nelson Peña is currently the Vice President for the Global Foods division within Nestle USA. He is responsible for the development of our international brands within the United States as well as the brand export business. Before this role he was the Country Manager for Puerto Rico. Nelson led the Puerto Rico Office, he was responsible of the local business, government and customer relationships and the integration with Nestlé USA under the new business model where terms, trade and customer conditions were aligned to the US business. Also, he was responsible for implementing the changes in the local organization to ensure business continuity of the market.

    Nelson started his career as Country Business Manager for the Nestle Professional in the Caribbean in 2010 where he led the team to further develop the foodservice business. He then moved to Dominican Republic as Executive Division Manager where he was instrumental in the restructuring of the Caribbean regional office. As part of this restructure he was later appointed as Commercial Manager for Dominican Republic and Haiti where he successfully reconstructed the business to deliver all of the objectives and ensuring a growth platform for more years to come.

    Nelson brings over 20 years of experience in Sales, Marketing and Operations. Prior to Nestlé he worked for The Quaker Oats Company where he held positions in Sales, Marketing, Logistics, Quality and Finance. He then worked at PepsiCo International, as Sales Director for the Caribbean and Commercial Manager for the Caribbean.

    Nelson is a native Puerto Rican whom earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico and a Master’s Degree in Marketing from the University of Phoenix.

  • Gloria Constanza

    Gloria Constanza

    In her position as Partner and Chief Contact Strategist, Gloria is responsible for the oversight of all media planning, buying and data analytics for the agency - from terrestrial media to digital, to non-conventional. In this role, she leads their media strategists and buying teams in developing result-driven and leading edge media programs for their clients.

    Gloria has over 25 years of advertising experience and she has been at the helm of some of the most remarkable media success stories for this Hispanic market. During her tenure in the industry, Gloria has managed multiple accounts and categories ranging from AT&T, Sears, Bank of America, Mazda, Procter and Gamble, Kraft, Census 2000/2010 and Amway.

    In May 2005, in partnership with a colleague, Gloria co-founded CMS Partners. And in fall of 2006, Daisy Expósito-Ulla, one of the top authorities in the Hispanic advertising industry, acquired a majority stake of CMS Partners and the company was renamed: d expósito & Partners. Their list of clients' roster include: AARP, U.S. Army, McDonald’s New York Tri-State, Port Authority of New York/New Jersey, Tajín Mexican Seasoning, Amica Mutual Insurance, and NBA

    Gloria has received multiple media Awards in the area of strategic planning and best use of media as well as several industry awards. In 2008, she was selected Executive Media Planner of the year. In the last two years – 2015 and 2016, Gloria and her media team was awarded the Best Media Plan of the Excelencia Award at the AHAA Conference.

    Gloria is a member of the 4A's Media Measurement Committee. In her position she brings the Hispanic market perspective as it pertains to research and data/analytics that impact the advertising industry.


AGENDA

8:00 AM REGISTRATION OPENS

8:15 AM BREAKFAST

9:00 AM 10 FACTS THAT MAKE MULTICULTURAL MARKETING GREAT

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION:

  • Steve Smith, Editorial Director Events, MediaPost
  • Marcos Baer, Publisher, Portada

 

Description:

10 facts that make multicultural marketing exciting and how they are reflected in the program of our 10th annual conference.

9:05 AM MULTICULTURAL SHOPPER MARKETING: THE STATE OF THE ART

A major CPG and several big-box retailers delve into their best practices and ideas that are transforming the discipline...
Moderator:

  • TBA

Panelists:

  • Annalia Benedetti, Director Shopper Marketing and Multicultural, Kellogg Companies
  • Tracy Galindo, Marketing Specialist, Jewel Osco
  • Michele Gissi, Interactive Marketing & PR Manager, Key Food Stores
  • Randy Stockdale, Chief Marketing Officer, Solex Marketing Solutions

Description:

• What a major CPG marketer needs to take into account to design a Hispanic Shopper Marketing Program
• How regional Hispanic targeted retailers are revolutionizing the industry
• In-language and In-culture marketing and more…
• Why digital has changed the path to purchase forever

9:50 AM MEDIA AND TECH INNOVATORS SPEAK OUT:

How they meet consumers where they are now and where they are heading next:

Moderator:

  • TBA

Panelists:

  • TBA
  • TBA
  • TBA

Description:

Hispanic audiences are at the forefront of digital and mobile growth. New tech is continuously reshaping their expectations...

• Streaming
• Native ads
• Social / Influencers
• Programmatic audience buying…

10:30 AM MARKETING TO THE LATINA MILLENNIAL:

To a large extent Corporate America’s future depends on effectively engaging the Latina Millennial.

Moderator:

  • TBA

Panelists:

  • Nelson Peña, Vice President Global Foods; Nestlé
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  • TBA

Description:

What you need to know to emulate the success of innovative brands:

• Omnichannel marketing strategies
• Branded video content
• Snackable content marketing
• The latest research and more

11:15 AM MORNING BREAK

Enjoy coffee and beverages while you talk to colleagues and prospects

11:50 AM USING DATA MARKETING TO CLOSE THE GAP IN THE MOBILE WORLD

Moderator:

  • Lindsay Stewart, Director of Vertical Sales, MaxPoint

Panelists:

  • Nakesha Holley, VP, Integrated Communication, Uniworld
  • Ronald Mendez, Managing Partner, Multicultural Lead, Mediacom
  • TBA

Description:

• By connecting users across all of their devices data can be collected to gain a better understanding of the consumer world.
• Get a complete view of consumers and their purchase behaviors.
• Learn how to target and segment multicultural audiences by location.

12:30 PM MULTICULTURAL IS THE NEW MAINSTREAM:

The view from the corner office

  • Jose R. Costa, Group President, Driven Brands
  • Sandra Howard, AVP-Advertising, AT&T
  • TBA

Description: C-level executives of major corporations explain why multicultural has become the new mainstream.

1:15 PM LUNCH

2:45 PM DO MULTICULTURAL MEDIA AGENCIES HAVE A REASON TO EXIST?

Moderator:

  • Zachary Rozenberg, President, Milner Butcher Media Group

Panelists:

  • Gonzalo del Fa, President, GroupM Multicultural
  • Alejandro Solorio, Multicultural Brand Manager for Jack Daniels Family of Brands, Brown Forman
  • Gloria Constanza, Partner, Chief Contact Strategist, D'Exposito & Partners
  • Alexander Traverzo, Multicultural Marketing Manager & Strategist, Hola

Description:
Leading practitioners will immerse themselves in the questions below:
• Are Hispanic marketing and media buying justified under the total market approach?
• Agency models for media and content development
• The role of the media agency in the age of programmatic audience buying

3:30 PM POLITICAL MARKETING IN A CRUCIAL YEAR:

With the elections less than 2 months away political marketers and pollsters explain what to expect.

Moderator:

  • TBA

Panelists:

  • Benjamin Krakow, Founder, Voter Guru
  • TBA
  • TBA

Description:
An in-depth exploration of the below topics:

• The role of Hispanics in battleground states.
• Optimizing media spend to target the Hispanic vote.
• How is political marketing overall being shaped by the crucial role of Hispanics

4:30 PM AWARD CEREMONY

Award Ceremony

Description:

Brand and agency executives from Portada’s Editorial Board will announce and greet the award winners in 12 different categories!

 

5:15 PM SPEED NETWORKING FUNCTION:

Meet dozens of brand marketing and agency execs.

Description:

Back by popular demand! After all the thought leadership and insights now it is time to make connections with decision makers at brands and agencies.

 

6:15 PM ROOFTOP TERRACE PARTY

Presented by Batanga

Description:

Join conference attendees and speakers and have drinks and snacks while you enjoy views of the New York City skyline!


AWARDS NOMINATION

Portada's Hispanic Advertising and Media Awards reward excellency and professionalism in marketing campaigns, media properties and marketing and media professionals.

The Awards nomination and choosing process are entirely democratic. Candidates are nominated by Portada's audience at www.portada-online.com. Each registered user nominates a candidate in each category. After that, the voting process starts. Each user can only vote one time in each category.

The Top 3 most voted individuals/projects per award category will go to the finalist round where Portada’s Editorial Award Jury will cast the final votes. The winner will be the finalist with the most votes after the Award Jury casts theirs.









Nominations are accepted for client side marketers who have substantially contributed to the quality of Hispanic marketing, whether Hispanic audience specific or by incorporating substantial Hispanic insights into Total Market campaigns, over the last twelve months. The nominated marketer should have made a strong case for marketing to the Hispanic population as well as executed innovative Hispanic marketing campaigns, with strong results.

Please explain your reasons for nominating the candidate (max 120 words).

Nominations are accepted for agencies (include the brand in the nomination), brands and media properties (include the client/agency in the nomination) that have done outstanding and innovative campaigns targeting multicultural audiences in 2016 using sports related content. The campaign should have both a paid media element (advertising) as well as a content marketing element (owned and earned media).

Please explain your reasons for nominating the campaign in terms of sports content/media used, creative, media plan and results. (max 160 words).

Nominations are accepted for marketing campaigns targeting the U.S consumer over the last 12 months. These campaigns were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc). The nominated campaigns should preferably include paid media and can also have BTL and content marketing efforts. The campaign should stand out because of the uniqueness of the campaigns creative. The campaign’s media planning and buying plan should have achieved a high ROI.

Please describe the campaign in terms of Objective, Creative, Media Used and Results (max 160 words).

Nominations are accepted for advertising agencies, (please state brand), and brands that have created, planned and executed audio advertising campaigns in the U.S. Hispanic Market over the last 12 months. Total market audio ad campaigns that were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc) can also be nominated. The nominated campaign should have achieved high ROI for advertisers. In addition, the campaign distinguished itself by a high degree of creativity and originality.

Please describe why the nominated campaign deserves the Award (max 120 words).

Nominations are accepted for media companies that target Hispanic audiences in (Spanish and/or English) either exclusively or that have a substantial amount of Hispanics in their audience. The nominated entity is distinguished by the quality of the content it provides to the targeted audience.

Please explain your reasons for nominating the candidate (max 120 words).

A digital media property, marketing technology innovation or advertising delivery technology that Portada’s character Programmatico Lopez would approve of. The innovation should have contributed to solve substantial challenges from an audience, client and agency perspective over the last 12 months.

Please explain why you think it is a strong digital innovation (max 120 words).

Nominations are accepted for content marketing firms, content studios, video production studios, and newswire firms that target Hispanic audiences in (Spanish and/or English) either exclusively or have a substantial amount of Hispanics in their audience. The nominated entity is distinguished by the quality of the content it provides to the targeted audience.

Please explain your reasons for nominating the candidate (max 120 words).

Nominations are accepted for Digital Advertising Campaigns that have targeted Hispanic audiences during the last 12 months that stand out because of the creativity of the media plan and buy as well as a high ROI. Total market campaigns that were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc) can also be nominated.

Please describe the campaign in terms of Objective, Creative, Media Used, Results (max 160 words).

Nominations are accepted for Advertising Campaigns that have targeted Hispanic Audiences during the last 12 months that stand out because of the creativity of the media plan and buy as well as a high ROI. Total market campaigns that were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc) can also be nominated. The campaign should have used at least 2 different paid media vehicles (e.g. print and social media)in addition to at least 1 BTL (e.g.events, Influencers) and/or content marketing element.

Please describe the campaign in terms of Objective, Creative, Media Used (Paid and BTL), Results (max 160 words).

In the changing media environment, media executives need to be nimble, savvy and lead like authentic “Conquistadores”. Nominations are accepted for media executives who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of the sector over the last 12 months.

Please explain your reasons for nominating the candidate (max 120 words).

Nominations are accepted for mobile campaigns that have targeted Hispanic Audiences during the last 12 months that stand out because of the creativity of the media plan and buy as well as a high ROI. Total market mobile campaigns that were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc) can also be nominated. The nominated campaign should used mobile marketing elements, including Apps, Rich Media, Display and SMS.

Please describe the campaign in terms of Objective, Creative, Mobile Media Advertising type used and Results (max 160 words).

Nominations are accepted for advertising agencies, (please state brand), media properties (please state brand/agency) and clients (brands) that have created, planned and executed Online Video Marketing Campaigns in the U.S. Hispanic Market over the last 12 months. Total market online video campaigns that were led by insights on multicultural audiences and include Hispanic elements (e.g. music, expressions, scenery etc) can also be nominated. The campaign achieved high ROI for advertisers. In addition, the campaign distinguished itself by a high degree of creativity and originality.

Please describe why the candidate deserves the Award (max 120 words).






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