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Revolution and Red Bulls Reveal 2018 Uniform

What: New England Revolution and New York Red Bulls released their kits for the 2018 MLS season. Why it matters: Several further MLS uniform reveals will soon follow, kicking off a flurry of jersey sales and a marketing boost for shirt sponsors. ‘Tis the Season for Uniform Releases Two of Major League Soccer’s major market […]


Possible Saudi Savior for AC Milan

Saudi property developer Fawaz Alhokair is considering a bid to own A.C. Milan.Arab investors continue to make forays into football ownership due to the brand power of top clubs, and it may be sooner rather than later that they look control South American teams as well.


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Meltwater’s Ana Hoyos: “We See Great Potential for AI Expansion in Latin America”

Meltwater’s Ana Hoyos: “We See Great Potential for AI Expansion in Latin America”

The social media landscape is changing at an accelerated pace; artificial intelligence is acquiring a prominent role and companies have to adapt to survive. We talked to Ana Hoyos, area director at Meltwater Latin America, about the recent acquisition of Sysomos and what it means for social media analysis.


Loyalty, Brand Preference and the Economy Segment Traveler  

Loyalty, Brand Preference and the Economy Segment Traveler  

With the tremendous growth of economy segment hotels and low-cost air carriers, hotel and travel companies as well as the airlines, have begun to take notice and adapt to this expanding segment of travelers. To ensure that their brands stand out and become the best choice for these travelers, players in the travel industry are delving deeper into loyalty, personalization and brand preference in the economy travel segment.


Gatorade’s Jill Leccia: “We Promote Sports Within Young Soccer Players and Document Their Amazing Stories”

Gatorade’s Jill Leccia: “We Promote Sports Within Young Soccer Players and Document Their Amazing Stories”

Jill Leccia, Gatorade Sr. Director of PepsiCo Latin America Beverages, talked to Portada about the process of creating a global marketing campaign that's also aware of consumer's individual needs. Today it is more important than ever for brands to connect with consumers at a personal level while keeping local idiosyncrasies in mind but within a global context.