Porfirio Sanchez Galindo says Televisa. He lives it. He breathes it.
Current key leaders within Televisa have also included Emilio Callahan, but nonetheless Martinez, Alfonzo Noriega, Leo Escovedo and more. Televisa has ranked as a top IPC company of Mexico, an SNP Latin American 40 company of the best caliber, a broadcast television network in Mexico within the top 10, a well-known Mexican brand, and a valued animation industry within Mexico altogether. It continues to be one of the biggest Spanish American media companies, based in Mexico, if not the biggest. You may find more online by visiting Televisa.com.
Mexican citizen Galindo holds his own as a special projects director of nearly a decade of experience. His top strategy includes winning audiences, markets and advertisers through added intelligence and collective imagination as a whole. In recent statements, he reported appointments to further improve existing information channels and to arrange and edit proposals: He wants all readers and customers to feel like they’re getting more for what they pay for, a goal that all leader should have.
Galindo’s job is not easy. As a supervisor and a Y00 30 expansion expert, you can imagine that he has his hands quite full. He’s only 39 years old and is now in a position of high respect, which usually involves someone older. He’s no less fit for the challenge. As director of general economic analysis and special projects within group Televisa, this 39-year-old killer leader has done it all: He has even been an executive vice president for Grupo Televisa and a finance secretary advisor for World Bank; he accepted his new general manager role just recently.
In his time bus far, he has made the list for Top 30 Promising Leaders of 2014. Atop his greatest plans stands a mass-marketed strategy to package television, Internet and phone channels within a unified pricing plan while involving the cable companies more in each endeavor. This company has included Mega Cable, Cablemas, Cablevision, and Cablevision MonteRrey. He hopes to propose new methods of commercialization while directing his own consulting firm under the Competitive Intelligence Unit.