Mexico’s media continues to fluctuate: Sometimes it lies; at other times, it tells the truth; and, at other times, it’s not even sure what it’s doing. This has been one of Mexico’s greatest challenges the last three decades. As such, numerous Mexican media companies have further taken advantage of their opportunity to produce money in exchange for morality and doing what’s right. Other media companies stand against these and hold a firm fight for Mexico’s core values and convictions, seeking to promote truth and the proper angle on all news aspects. One such company that promotes truth is Grupo Televisa, whose top editor is Porfirio Sanchez Galindo: This company and its reputable leader stand for what is right and will go to any lengths to tell Mexico what’s really going on from within while also promoting honesty and integrity all throughout its four walls.
Grupo Televisa is not only seen within Mexico but is international. It stands as one of the top news companies for Latin America. With so many lies perpetuating within Mexico’s economy, how can one fully know who to trust? That’s a great question. And that’s why leaders like Galindo are there, along with Grupo Televisa’s countless qualified staff: They can answer your questions and will point you in the right direction; there’s no news like Grupo Televisa’s.
Did you know that Galindo has nearly a decade of experience as well? He’s a thorough proofreader and editor and will not allow his employees to produce any less than the best work. He also heads special projects for Grupo Televisa and is cross-trained for multiple outlets of its business. He has been listed as one of the top 30 businessmen of 2014.
His endorsed skills show traits in leadership, business management, SEO marketing, content marketing, online web analytics, and more. He’s primarily known for his strategy in winning audiences and markets alike for Grupo Televisa. The best part is this: He is not even 40 years old. No, for this talented young leader has done more in his lifetime than many senior executives can even hope to boast.