Porfirio Sanchez Galindo, The Successful Chief Executive Officer of Editorial Televisa

Porfirio Sanchez Galindo hails from Cruz Manca which is situated in Mexico City. Porfirio currently serves as the CEO of Editorial Televisa, a title he acquired from 20th March 2016. Porfirio Sanchez Galindogot appointed as the company’s General Director to rejuvenate and revitalize Televisa’s proposals to capture the attention of its viewers readers.

Porfirio Sanchez Galindo’s Career Background

Porfirio holds a Degree in Applied Mathematics from ITAM(The Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico). Afterwards, he attended Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2001 under the Stanford Executive Program where he undertook Executive Education. Between 2011 and 2012,he also studied at a Software Research Institute known as Carnegie Mellon University.

It is evident that Mr. Galindo has attended some of the most prolific and e exquisite learning institutions in Mexico. As a result, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo has a vast knowledge in Spanish language, Strategic Planning and Business Strategy. Sanchez worked for a period of six years between December 2000 to November 2006 serving as the Chief of Staff for the Minister in the Mexican Finance Ministry.

Porfirio’s Role at Televisa

Porfirio’s academic career has paved way for his professional success in all aspects of work already including television, broadcasting, advertising, media, entertainment and other telecommunications forms. For example, he has improved the revenue amount of Televisa of approximately 10 billion dollars. Also, he successfully manages more than 10,000 employees who work globally. In fact, many businessmen and women look up to Porfirio to mold their career under his success.

Televisa is among the few leading Spanish leading companies in the media industry. The company distributes its content in Mexico, United States and in over 50 countries through television networks and cable operators. Under Galindo’s guidance, other departments within the company are working together to further enhance the experience that is given to the viewers. An example of such a project is the YOO, a marketing strategy aimed at providing basic internet, television and telephone service to public members at a bundled price. As a result, every Latin American will be able to connect to the internet and simultaneously enjoy watching their programs using the telephones.