Posts Tagged ‘Denisse Guerra’

Denisse Guerra

@PortadaLat: Debating the Role, if any, of Influencer Marketing

The role of Influencers in Latin American Marketing efforts, often in real-time, was a pervasive theme during last week’s #PortadaLat. Comments from Social Influencers as well as from  Brand Marketers in CPG, Cosmetics/Health and the Luxury Goods and Services Categories. As Denisse Guerra, Regional Marketing Director Latin America, The Estee Lauder Companies and Manuel Medina […]


L’Oreal and Estée Lauder added! #Portadalat starts tomorrow!

#Portadalat , the Latin Online Video Forum and the 6th Annual Latin American Advertising and Media Summit,  are starting tomorrow Tuesday June 3  in Miami’s InterContinental Hotel. Maya Kosovalic, Digital & Communications Manager – Americas Zone at L’Oreal and Denisse Guerra, Regional Marketing Director Latin America at The Estée Lauder Companies are two last-minute additions to a pathbreaking program. If you have not registered yet, here is your ast chance to register at the online promotional price!


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Women in Marketing and Media: If You Don’t See Her, You Can’t Be Her

Women in Marketing and Media: If You Don’t See Her, You Can’t Be Her

Although women are increasingly more visible in the industry, there’s still a long path to go towards women achieving their full potentials and pushing their untapped capabilities to the maximum, especially for Hispanic and African-American women, who feel their barriers are even higher.