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Changing Places LatAm: Roberto Ricossa, Jonathan Halvorson, Hernán Rodas, Mauricio Alfaro, Santiago Cortés…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. Roberto Ricossa-Aruba Networks ::: Jonathan Halvorson – General Motors ::: Hernán Rodas,Mauricio Alfaro – Circulo de Creativos Paraguay ::: Santiago Cortés – Geometry Global Peru::: Gonzalo Ricca – Ogilvy Brasil  ::: William Harvey – VCCP  ::: Romina Perrone – 361 Argentina ::: Click here for previous Latam Changing […]


Sales Leads: General Motors, NESTLÉ® LA LECHERA®, Coors Light, Mayweather Promotions…

A summary for Corporate Marketers, Media Sales Executives and Advertising Agencies to see what clients are moving into the Hispanic market and/or targeting Hispanic consumers right now. Check out  Portada’s Interactive Directory of Corporate Marketers and Agency Executives. 10 NEW LEADS HAVE JUST BEEN UPLOADED. To acquire the database, please call Matt Eberhardt at 347-961-9516 or […]


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Amazon, Wal-Mart Drawing the Largest Numbers of Online Hispanic Shoppers in US

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Dentsu Aegis Network Acquires Agency Global Mind

Dentsu Aegis Network Acquires Agency Global Mind

This is the third Latin American acquisition this year after the Japanese giant acquired M8 and White Label in April. Global Mind will triple the headcount of iProspect and strengthen Dentsu Aegis' pan-regional reach. 


4 Truths and One Lie About Multicultural Marketing According to Mel Rodriguez & Co, Starcom, Walton Isaacson…

4 Truths and One Lie About Multicultural Marketing According to Mel Rodriguez & Co, Starcom, Walton Isaacson…

We talked to Melissa Rodriguez, Dana Bonkowski, Albert Thompson, and Teylez Perez about the future of brands in an increasingly multicultural world. Reports estimate that by 2065 Hispanics will account for one-quarter of U.S. population. Brands should be aware of this opportunity and find appropriate communication strategies.