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LatinVision Media Inc. Announces Its Line-up of Speakers for the 5th Annual Marketing to Latinos Sports Business Summit and Networking Event

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/07/14 -- LatinVision Media Inc., a producer of business summits for the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American Markets, announced its full lineup of speakers for the Sports conference aimed at helping U.S. and Latin American marketers reach and engage Hispanic consumers.

According to Carlos Vassallo, CEO of LatinVision Media, sports is the fastest growing industry among Hispanics across the world, including Latinos in the US and in Latin America. Fans are consuming sports content, including live events, at the level that has not been seen before and they are using multiple platforms and social media channels to stay informed, connected and engaged with their teams and athletes. Latinos spend more time engaging with sports than any other group. The U.S. Hispanic Market is one of the most attractive for advertisers and marketers due to its purchasing power, which is estimated to be greater than 1.5 trillion dollars. "The exponential growth of the Hispanic Market as a segment is changing the engagement rules, forcing marketers to change their approach, strategy and tactics if they want to maintain their share in the business. Sports is perhaps the stronger driver to reach this consumer group," he explained.

This fifth edition of LatinVision's sports summit is part of the industry-specific marketing summits the company has planned for 2014. To learn more about the summit series, see the following: www.latinvision.com/marketing

The one-day sport summit will feature panels and personal presentation and after-work sessions with networking and one-on-one opportunities between attendees and presenters. The Summit will be followed by a networking event at www.latinvision.com/events

To learn more about the conference, to register and sponsor visit: www.latinvision.com/conference/sports and www.latinvision.com/conference/sports/sponsors.pdf

Full Line-up of Speakers

Michael Jaschke, CEO, 48Bricks Inc.
Andrew Nestor, Head of Sports, 48Bricks Inc.
Ignacio Casinelli, Social Media & Sports Marketing Expert, AC&M Group
Elisa Padilla, SVP of Marketing, Barclays Center/Brooklyn Nets
Joan Oliver, CEO & Partner, Former CEO of FC Barcelona, CS Sport Brands
Carlos De Leon, CEO, De La Riva Group
Luis Diaz, VP Corporate Development, De La Riva Group
Charles Baker, Partner, Global Sports, Media & Entertainment, DLA Piper
Ethan Zohn, Co-Founder, Grass Root Soccer
Diego Prusky, CEO, InPulse Digital
Joe Favorito, Owner, Joefavorito.com
Eryn McVerry, SVP Integrated Marketing Sports, Ketchum
Brad Fay, COO, Keller Fay Group
Cesar Diaz, Editor-in-Chief, LatinoSports.com
Carlos Vassallo, CEO, LatinVision Media
Drew Chafetz, Co-founder, Love.Futbol
Galina Espinoza, GM, Major League Soccer Digital
Adrian Dickson, VP Content, Qbeats
Andrea Pagnanelli, Commercial Director, Relevent
David Puente, Producer, Sabbah Media
Marcelo Tripoli, CEO Brazil, Sapient Nitro iThink
Joe Schramm, Managing Partner, Schramm Marketing Group
Vicente Navarro, EVP, Sport Endeavors
Vicente Fernandez, Founder, SportsManias
Mike Geddes, Managing Director, Street Football World
Lawrence Cann, Founder & President, Street Soccer USA
Mark Rothenberg, EVP, Synergy Events
Christian Alfonsi, EVP Strategic Planning, Taylor Strategy
Nicholas Spike, Director of Business Development, Thuzio
Matt Neidl, Sales and Partnership Marketing, Traffic Sports USA
Heidi Pellerano, SVP Multicultural Marketing, Wasserman Media Group
Julie Greenhouse, Chief Revenue Officer, Wayin
Daniel Gergely, Director of Business Development, Wing

The Summit is being sponsored by the following companies:
Publicitas, SportsPro, PGA, Latin3, Formulatin, Magnum Group, Marte Multimedia, InPulse Digital, Mintel, Ethnic Technologies, Godiva, Hipcricket, ACM Group, Keller Fay, Soccer.com, Marketwired, SportsOhSports and Fox Deportes

About LatinVision Media
LatinVision Media, Inc., a New York based company, is a premier organizer of conferences and business networking events, gathering of U.S. Hispanic and Latin American executives, professionals, entrepreneurs and business owners.

Contact:
Violeta Alba
LatinVision Media Inc.
Tel: 646 519 2452
email: [email protected]

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