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  • Fernando Samaniego is a forward-thinking, international new media strategist who uses his experience building and restructuring media companies, his passion for empowering highly qualified professionals, and his well-traveled, global perspective to grow projects and organizational cultures driven by vision, innovation and a focus on the bottom line.

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    • "Fernando has a strong understanding of the dominant trends in digital media and a clear passion to help traditional media companies negotiate the sometimes tricky bridge to the future." — Robert Cauthorn, President and CEO CityTools, USA

      "I've always been impressed with Fernando's deep knowledge of the media industry in the United States, Europe and South America, as well as his knowledge of the fast growing U.S. hispanic market and the opportunity for media investments in that area." — John Paton, CEO Impremedia, USA

      "Fernando stands out as someone who receives an unusually high level of devotion and enthusiasm from his team. His ability to inspire has allowed him to instill his vision and results-orientation in everyone with whom he works." — Carlos Costa, Vice President, Boston Consulting Group, Spain

      "Fernando's work as a consultant has had a very positive influence in transforming all aspects related to the Internet in our company. He is always open for collaboration and ready to listen to other opinions and his advice is always useful and well-reasoned." — Artem Lozinsky, Online Manager, Segodnya Multimedia, Ukraine

      "Coming from a sluggish position in the Internet market, Fernando positioned his communications group as the one with the most Internet traffic in Spain. I appreciated his great business acumen and his flexibility to overcome the most adverse situations." — Carlos Costa, Vice President, Boston Consulting Group, Spain