Televisa’s Porfirio Sanchez Galindo is finally living the dream and moving forward with what he wants to see happen in the next 10 years and beyond. The Spanish production company has never looked brighter. Nor has its future. You may additionally see plenty of portfolio activity and samples of Galindo’s work on LinkedIn. It involves past work with the fight against lack of viewers and subscriptions, wonderful production resources and even proud removals of unemployment hindrances in Mexico’s media.
The Mexican media, as many may not know, employs thousands on a daily basis. Did you also know that Galindo has unique experiences as a Mexican finance chief minister? He’s done so for six years within Mexico city and its surroundings. He’s also a top strategic planner: Business strategy is his forte. He likewise studied at some of the best universities, like Carnegie Mellon University, Stanford, and ITAM, majoring in software research, executive education and applied math. He is also friends with top executives Sanchez Marino, Dominguez Cooley, Anita Hammett, Carlos Slim, Marcus Reyes, Lisi Beta, Omo Rodriguez, Philip M. Mendels, Verto Santos, Alex Medina, Marcos Jim Mit, Francisco Esco, Beti Torrent Reyes and others.
He has edited and published thousands of articles for local and international newspaper magazines as well as Internet magazines, like Men’s Health Mexico, E Sue, Fitness Magazine, Runner’s Weekly, Codigo V, Design, Young Living, Cosmopolitan, Esq., Casa Viva, Bike, Caress, Attention Media, Automobile, Paramedic I Don’t, Familia Salah Blake, Marvel Comics Mexico, Marie Claire, Million Touch Datacenter Weekly, We and Us, On the Junior, National Geographic and Hispaniola, National Geographic traveler, Sport Life, Skyview, 17, Telehit, True TV and Novellus, Vendettas, Women’s Health, Vertigo Comics, Cocina Facility, Three at the Lawn and By the SAE hHorse. He has likewise had the blessed privilege of working with journalist Rossana Fuentes, a top coordinater for multiple consumer consultants throughout the editorial Televisa. He has also sided with Jorge Jimenez, Diane Belooka and Michael Spirit Faucher for economic analysis and special projects within the company, primarily as a project director.