Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega – Leader and Contributor to Grupo Televisa

Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is one of the leaders of Grupo Televisa, S. A. He is the director and executive vice president as well. The corporation is the largest in the Spanish-speaking world. It is a media company that has been around for a few decades.

Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has been in the business with Grupo Televisa, S. A. since April 1997. He was a member of the Board of Televisa. More than a decade later in 2009, Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was appointed to the position of Chairman of the Finance Committee. He was also appointed to the post of Independent member of Grupo Modelo SAB de CV’s Board of Directors. Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega is a part of a few other boards as well. Some of them include Pepsi Bottling Group Mexico, or PBG for short, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, and more.

For a few years, Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was the Chief Financial Officer of the Grupo Televisa. He was appointed to the position in 1999 and, in 2003, he was promoted to Executive Vice President. Although Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega was no longer the CFO of Grupo Televisa, he is still considered to be one of the most integral parts of the financial structure of the large corporation. Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega used to be the attorney of the current CEO of Televisa – Emilio Azcárraga Jean, and because of that, he is also a trusted legal advisor to the CEO. Some of the most significant contributions that Mr. Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega has made are financial. He put together a few financial schemes that increased the company’s yearly revenue. He also established a deal between Grupo Televisa and Univision which amounted to more than a billion dollars. The deal between the two leaders brought many benefits for Grupo Televisa S. A. The partnership unlocked the American viewing audience to the Spanish company. The Hispanic audience and market as a whole in the United States of America is a rather large one. Receiving access to it expanded Grupo Televisa even further.

Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero – Medias


A dynamic area of Mexico City’s media lies in its magazine market. In addition to mainstays Nexos and Proceso, there’s also a welcoming group of newcomers: Gatopardo, Emeequis and Chilango. The main editor of Emeequis, Vietnika Batres, has said that, in Mexico’s magazine markets, you’ll see Mexican versions of popular U.S. magazines – like GQ and Esquire – yet there’s also many with local content, like Gatopardo, Vertigo and Zocalo.

Regarding the biggest names in Mexican news magazine markets, Proceso’s very powerful as a brand. Letras Libres deals more with cultural affairs and is somewhat pretentious. Nexos is dense but has good content and strong points.

During recent visits to Gatopardo’s office, among a tree-lined street in Colonia Condesa, Restrepo Pombo, magazine editor-in-chief, noted more. He said that Gatopardo’s not a big news magazine and won’t compete for daily news. It covers in-depth stories primarily.

Though Gatopardo features collector’s quality writing, glossy photos and advertisements of Marque luxury brands, it also focuses heavily on the hard-hitting news stories of crime and security issues. Many are interested in stories of Spain,  Latin America and the U.S. This magazine has one part that is all about luxury, yet having ads for $50,000 watches doesn’t imply one can’t write about drug trafficking also.

Restrepo Pombo feels the same today: Though Gatopardo has a website, its magazine now focuses on print. Each page may cost much to print. Editors want each page to feel like reading a book. They like the paper’s feel and the experience provided.


Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero knows the media. He knows Mexico. That’s why he’s a top voice.

Viadero has worked in editing. He has worked in journalism. He has mastered facts and key media players as well.


Honey Birdette Reintroduces Sensuality

Honey Birdette is one of Australia’s hottest lingerie retail companies. Founded in 2006 by Eloise Monaghan and Janelle Barboza, Honey Birdette is making huge waves. In 2006, the two friends were sharing some champagne and discussing how there wasn’t a luxurious lingerie company. After realizing the market potential, the two founded Honey Birdette.
Honey Birdette has a particular style, which combines provocative lingerie with luxurious sensuality. They offer a wide range of products from carefully detailed lingerie to high-end toys. Honey Birdette injects a sense of sensual pleasure back into the bedroom.
They not only capture that essence with their products, but they also create that same vibe with their boutiques’ atmosphere. Honey Birdette boutiques are a mixture of flirty and playful in a sensually unapologetic way. There’s a reason their stores are known as the Pleasure Parlor. The entire décor of the store is designed to awaken and provoke the shoppers’ sensual side.
Part of that provocation is Honey staff. They’re arguably what makes the boutiques work. They staff, referred to as “Honeys”, add to the shoppers’ experiences. The ingenious way they role play and educate shoppers gives the shoppers an unforgettable experience.
Women visiting a Honey Birdette boutique love interacting with the Honeys. Honeys focus on empowering women just as much as educating them about entertainment. They’re not afraid to go that extra mile and really their customers the razzle-dazzle during their exaggerated playfulness.
The creators of Honey Birdette products love their jobs. It’s exciting for them to create all sorts of naughty and nasty play things for people. It’s a thrill providing products for every type of explore, from beginners to lifelong experts. All of their luxury toy collection is designed at Honey Birdette Headquarters.