Porifirio Sanchez Galindo, the General of Economic Analysis and Special Projects of Group Televisa and has been with them for eight years. He was, from 2000 to 2006 the Minister’s Chief of Staff with the Mexican Finance Ministry. His strong points are in strategic planning and business strategy.
One of the projects he has been involved with was YOO which is a packaged internet, television, and telephone channels which were used to bring the price to a unified cost for the basic plan in four of the country’s cable companies. This plan proposed new methods of commercialization.
Sanchez Galindo’s strategy is about winning advertisers, markets, and audiences from magazines to a mouse click with only limited intelligence and collective imagination. The appointments were made to help improve the editorials for its customers and readers by the use of a better range of the existing information channels.
In September of 2014, he founded a center that was to specialize in gathering and generating research, which he named MexicoMediaLabS21, for new communication and information technology. These ICT’s were to be used to imagine and plant a disruptive project or projects that provided innovation in both the private and public sections of the country.
When he was leaving the Ministry of Finance. Alfonso de Angoitia the executive vice president of Groupo Telvisa contacted Sanchez and offered him a position. His duties include making decisions in telecommunications and marketing for Groupo Telvisa.
Porifirio Sanchez Galindo, CEO of Editorial Televisa which is one of the major leading businesses in Spanish speaking media industry. They are distributors or media content in Mexico and the United States. There are over 50 countries in addition that have more than 20 pay-television networks, brands, and other services. With the significant demand for their services in the media industry, they need a person that can ensure that the operation will be efficiently run from within.
He received his education was gained from Carnegie Mellon University, Institute for Software Research in 2012, Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2011 in Executive Education, Stanford Executive Program, and ITAM from 1994 to 1998 for a BS in Applied Mathematics.