Yolanda Ausin is CEO of ARI, the Spanish Magazine Association. She'll be speaking at the 41st FIPP World Congress, taking place from 9-11 October in London.
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Yolanda Ausin joined ARI as CEO in September 2011. Ausin is vice president of INTROL, FIPP and EMMA board member and chairman of EMMA Editorial and Advertising Committee.
Before joining ARI she had a successful career on TV. On 1999 Ausin was one of the founders of Cosmopolitan TV and VP Country Manager till 2006 when she joined Discovery Networks as VP country manager for Spain and Portugal. On 2008 Ausin was appointed Telemadrid managing director, Madrid PBS.
She began her career as a marketing professional working at Johnson & Johnson, Sanitas Bupa Group and Vodafone, where she was marketing director.
Ausin is a frequent speaker in courses and seminars on Media: TV, magazines and digital. She is also a woman committed to equal opportunities and diversity promotion in business and society and is IWF Board Member, International Woman Forum.
Ausin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics and Sociology at Madrid Complutense University and holds an MBA from IE Business School.
Andria will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet her there.
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