IMS Executive Program | September 18th to 21th

We are delighted to announce the IMS Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, beginning this Sunday through Wednesday.

Our private event includes classes taught by award-winning professors from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business as well as meetings with digital market leaders such as Twitter, Netflix, Facebook, Foursquare, Stanford entrepreneurs, and others.  Over four days, the principal media executives will focus on topics such as innovation, organizational change, marketing and consumer behavior – and their regional impacts.

To ensure content relevance to such a senior group, IMS established a Board of Content.  Members of this Board include well-known profiles, such as Michael Jones, CEO Latin America, MEC; Julian Porras, CEO Latin America, Omnicom; David Rayo, Managing Director, GroupM; Henry Martinez, Managing Director, Discovery Networks Latin America; Todd Wilson, Managing Director, Starcom; and Juan Saldivar, General Director, Televisa Interactive.

“The objective of the IMS Executive Program en el Stanford Graduate School of Business is to provide an intimate and dynamic environment in which our industry’s decision makers can exchange and advance ideas and insights important to our market,” noted Gaston Taratuta, CEO of IMS.  “Our participants are taking time out of very busy schedules for this program – demonstrating a commitment to their respective companies as well as the LatAm media industry at large.  Without a doubt, the leadership of our market is in great hands.”

Follow along with us during the event via Twitter #imscorp or via our blog posts on this site!

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