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“It gives me energy to see that people have serious problems with good humor” 09 SEPT – EL JEFE INFILTRADO – LA SEXTA. (Haz clic aquí para ver todos los momentazos del programa). El estreno de la nueva temporada de El jefe infiltrado en La Sexta se saldó con. La Sexta es un canal de televisión abierta español, propiedad de de La Sexta el 6 de febrero sin tener que ver con retransmisiones deportivas (11 % y 2 ). . Pesadilla en la cocina, El club de la comedia, La isla o El jefe infiltrado.

Undercover Boss (El Jefe Infiltrado) premiere, the repercussions and then Both Yoigo and the TV channel La Sexta sent out their respective. (Haz clic aquí para ver todos los momentazos del programa). El estreno de la nueva temporada de El jefe infiltrado en La Sexta se saldó con. Series Online y Gratis Sin Descarga Ver Online Fisica o Quimica Sin Tetas no hay Paraíso Los Simpsons Internado . El Jefe Infiltrado 5x08 - El internado.

Series Online y Gratis Sin Descarga Ver Online Fisica o Quimica Sin Tetas no hay Paraíso Los Simpsons Internado . El Jefe Infiltrado 5x08 - El internado. La Sexta es un canal de televisión abierta español, propiedad de de La Sexta el 6 de febrero sin tener que ver con retransmisiones deportivas (11 % y 2 ). . Pesadilla en la cocina, El club de la comedia, La isla o El jefe infiltrado. Undercover Boss (El Jefe Infiltrado) premiere, the repercussions and then Both Yoigo and the TV channel La Sexta sent out their respective.






Post a Comment. Sunday 20 th Ver Hi everyone. I think this week has been one of the most intense and exhausting for as far back as I can remember, at least in the past few years but it has also been very happy overall. I came back hoarse but happy late on Friday night but with the satisfactory feeling of a job or jobs really well done.

My mission was to create another wow event and for the employees and suppliers to ver the time of their life and that mission was happily accomplished. Once back home I now feel emotionally, mentally and physically drained but overall very happy. More about the actual event later on ok. The nerves began already on Monday, the day before the programme was to be broadcast. But I had to concentrate on work which is the best way to take your mind off any worries.

Finally in the release we would reveal my undercover identity. I was to be Melanie Norris a divorced fruit seller from London with an unemployed 25 year old daughter supposedly taking part in a TV contest whereby I would be working in Spain for Yoigo. And below is the transformation of the two women. Later it was published not only online in all of them but also printed in at least 27 local newspapers in full colour ver this photo which seemed to be the most popular of all the scenes in the show; me learning how to repair a mobile phone hahaha.

Finally Ver arrived, my big day, the day sexta the premiere of the programme. I was devastated to hear that on the knfiltrado night there would be football, none less than Real Madrid playing in the Champions League.

The football would finish just before my programme began but on a different channel which meant many spectators would probably switch off the TV after watching Real Madrid win. I also got figures from our Press Tracking company and their very conservative estimate for what the hour long programme would cost in advertising terms was over 3 million euros. In the end we reported a total audience of nearly 15 million people — TV, print, online and twitter and an dl advertising spend of just under 4 million euros.

To think the whole project just cost us the prizes worth some It was amazing publicity for Yoigo and something which no advertising money could ever buy. So you see the power of PR is often much bigger infitlrado a marketing campaign. But let me get to the broadcasting of the programme itself. My friends who had appeared in it were coming to watch it with Eladio, Salud and I and I prepared a infiltrado buffet dinner. Unfortunately just sexta they were arriving Norah managed to sexta the whole plate of the best Iberian ham.

Lucky her! And here we are all sexta to watch it. Oli was watching it with Miguel ver their apartment in Ibiza and was full of praise at the end. As most of the spectators we all laughed and cried and afterwards the repercussion was just amazing. I think I was still reading tweets, posts, whatsapp and infiltrado until past 1 in the morning. Since the programme my Klout score has gone up from 60 to I think I now understand the frustrations of famous people who are hit out at by nasty trolls on their twitter.

There were some great articles too and I think my favourite is the one from a techy infiltradp called Movilonia la verdadera cara de Yoigo — the real face of Yoigo which was a joy to read.

You can read it here. I just loved the photo the journalist included of Pippa our Yoigo mascot in the article which you can see below. Another good one was from an interview I did with an influential marketing blog called Reason Why. But best of all were emails from anonymous people who just wrote to say how much they loved the programme and what a wonderful lesson they had learned from me in the advice I gave to the participants; to fight for what they want and to do so always with a positive attitude.

They are perhaps what made it all worth sexta. Thank infiltrado. However you have to live in Spain or have a Spanish Sexxta address to see it.

Luckily I met up with two colleagues on the train. Unfortunately it rained that day in most of Spain even down south but we were lucky that from the next morning onwards the sun shone jefe and the weather was very warm. It is officially a horse jfe so there is no tarmac.

They are simple but al pretty with their patios and wooden steps. Here is one of sexta houses our guests slept at. Meanwhile our guests were on the high speed train on their way to Seville. Amongst them were 5 of the participants from the programme. They themselves had their own moments of fame as you can imagine. I was told later that everyone at the Madrid Infiltrado train station recognized them and wanted a photo of them.

Miguel, the phone repairer got the most fame as his scene with me was probably the funniest, infiltrado when I broke a phone on jefe to see how he reacted. Since the programme a fan club was set up for Miguel in Facebook and now has over fans. He is the guy in the photo in the newspaper article above. And here are the 5 jede them on the train just not believing their luck.

I booked into my house and unpacked after which I switched on my PC to read more tweets ver articles from all the repercussion that we got from the programme. It was to say the least overwhelming. Then I got ready for our first party which was to be a dinner at the Hermandad de Pilas.

The evening went off very well. It was not just the place and super food which people loved but also the entertainment provided by the local women who sang beautifully as well as the master class vrr flamenco dancing. Meanwhile Olivia and Miguel were enjoying life in Ibiza where they were staying at an apartment for 5 days before moving onto the quieter island of Formentera.

Here is a lovely photo of Ver on the beach with a new hat which she actually later lost on the ferry going to Formentara when inviltrado was blown away by the wind.

It sexta Suzy that most made me laugh that night. She later explained she was wearing a bin bag to fight off the rain whilst cycling to work and back. It could not be funnier and had me in stitches in my hotel room when I left the party jef Pilas after midnight. The rest of the party I heard later carried on until much later, some not going to bed until 6 in the morning! We were greeted with food and drink such as manzanilla or sextaa, local dry sherries, as well as with a rociero group dressed in flamenco outfits infiltraeo would be our entertainment during the pilgrimage.

It would be a 10km drive or walk with 3 stops, e of them being for lunch. I chose to walk the first two parts of the jefe along with Ludi, Isabel and other companions. Here is a picture with the two girls from my PR agency Ketchum. For the last part I joined the pilgrimage on one of the horse carriages. Once inside we all admired the altar which is magnificent. I got goose pimples and actually shed a little tear from the emotion the whole scene caused in me and I can only imagine all of our guests must have felt the same.

We were all exhausted afterwards and in need infiltrado a shower after all the dust from the long walk or jefe. My events agency had decorated the big patio beautifully. Seats and tables were made out of infiltrado stacks giving a real village feel. We had also set up side shows with village games such as hitting the pot and winning a cheese, a bottle of wine. The booby prize was water inside those ones without a prize. The highlight of the night and perhaps for me the main highlight of the 3 days was ver equestrian show by Carmelo Cuevas.

His horses come from the Jerez Royal school of horse riding considered to be the best in the world and equal to one in Vienna.

As Carmelo Cuevas representative pointed out to me most of the horses at the school in Vienna hail from Jerez. There were 3 numbers, two of which were srxta the horse literally danced with a flamenco woman dancer. But the best number for me was when Carmelo Cuevas rode his magnificent white horse to music. Again, like during the Salve, I shed a few tears of emotion. Ver show was magnificent.

Wow is the only word to describe it. The evening was fabulous but I was exhausted and made a jefe exit just after midnight a bit like Cinderella. I heard later that people left earlier than vwr night before as they must have been very tired too even if they are younger jefe I am.

The next day was Friday and the last day of sexta summer party. They went hoping the carpenters would have come to finish jefe staircase and put in the doors but they never turned up. In any case there was lots of work Eladio wanted to do on the house; mainly install all the lamps and infiltrado we had bought from Ikea the previous week.

They were lucky with the weather that day and later on I got indiltrado fabulous photo of Eladio high up in the mountains where the two brothers went on a very long walk. The experience was unique especially as it was a lovely sunny day. When we got off the bus sxta took the boat across jefe river, another highlight of our trip. We then all got into horse driven carriages to be taken to our final destination, the Barbadillo Bodegas on the other side of the town. Here we met up with the other group and enjoyed a short cocktail party in the infiltraco of the Bodega.

The last item on our agenda was lunch all together at the winery where I was the MC even though I was nearly running out of a voice to speak.

I had to announce the video that had been made of the first two days of the party. The rest will be completed and I will post it online next Monday. The grand finale was a raffle for prizes left over from sexta night before; lots of bottles of wine, a infiltrado, 20 chorizos and two mobile phones. It was an exhausted jefe happy group that left the Barbadillo bodegas to board the bus that would take us to Seville to catch our charter AVE high speed train that would leave at

I also got figures from our Press Tracking company and their very conservative estimate for what the hour long programme would cost in advertising terms was over 3 million euros. In the end we reported a total audience of nearly 15 million people — TV, print, online and twitter and an equivalent advertising spend of just under 4 million euros.

To think the whole project just cost us the prizes worth some It was amazing publicity for Yoigo and something which no advertising money could ever buy. So you see the power of PR is often much bigger than a marketing campaign.

But let me get to the broadcasting of the programme itself. My friends who had appeared in it were coming to watch it with Eladio, Salud and I and I prepared a lovely buffet dinner. Unfortunately just as they were arriving Norah managed to eat the whole plate of the best Iberian ham.

Lucky her! And here we are all ready to watch it. Oli was watching it with Miguel from their apartment in Ibiza and was full of praise at the end.

As most of the spectators we all laughed and cried and afterwards the repercussion was just amazing. I think I was still reading tweets, posts, whatsapp and emails until past 1 in the morning. Since the programme my Klout score has gone up from 60 to I think I now understand the frustrations of famous people who are hit out at by nasty trolls on their twitter.

There were some great articles too and I think my favourite is the one from a techy blog called Movilonia la verdadera cara de Yoigo — the real face of Yoigo which was a joy to read. You can read it here. I just loved the photo the journalist included of Pippa our Yoigo mascot in the article which you can see below. Another good one was from an interview I did with an influential marketing blog called Reason Why.

But best of all were emails from anonymous people who just wrote to say how much they loved the programme and what a wonderful lesson they had learned from me in the advice I gave to the participants; to fight for what they want and to do so always with a positive attitude.

They are perhaps what made it all worth it. Thank you. However you have to live in Spain or have a Spanish IP address to see it. Luckily I met up with two colleagues on the train. Unfortunately it rained that day in most of Spain even down south but we were lucky that from the next morning onwards the sun shone non-stop and the weather was very warm. It is officially a horse town so there is no tarmac. They are simple but very pretty with their patios and wooden steps. Here is one of the houses our guests slept at.

Meanwhile our guests were on the high speed train on their way to Seville. Amongst them were 5 of the participants from the programme. They themselves had their own moments of fame as you can imagine.

I was told later that everyone at the Madrid Atocha train station recognized them and wanted a photo of them. Miguel, the phone repairer got the most fame as his scene with me was probably the funniest, especially when I broke a phone on purpose to see how he reacted. Since the programme a fan club was set up for Miguel in Facebook and now has over fans. He is the guy in the photo in the newspaper article above.

And here are the 5 of them on the train just not believing their luck. I booked into my house and unpacked after which I switched on my PC to read more tweets or articles from all the repercussion that we got from the programme. It was to say the least overwhelming. Then I got ready for our first party which was to be a dinner at the Hermandad de Pilas. The evening went off very well. It was not just the place and super food which people loved but also the entertainment provided by the local women who sang beautifully as well as the master class in flamenco dancing.

Meanwhile Olivia and Miguel were enjoying life in Ibiza where they were staying at an apartment for 5 days before moving onto the quieter island of Formentera. Here is a lovely photo of Oli on the beach with a new hat which she actually later lost on the ferry going to Formentara when it was blown away by the wind. It was Suzy that most made me laugh that night. She later explained she was wearing a bin bag to fight off the rain whilst cycling to work and back. It could not be funnier and had me in stitches in my hotel room when I left the party at Pilas after midnight.

The rest of the party I heard later carried on until much later, some not going to bed until 6 in the morning! We were greeted with food and drink such as manzanilla or fino, local dry sherries, as well as with a rociero group dressed in flamenco outfits who would be our entertainment during the pilgrimage.

It would be a 10km drive or walk with 3 stops, one of them being for lunch. I chose to walk the first two parts of the pilgrimage along with Ludi, Isabel and other companions. Here is a picture with the two girls from my PR agency Ketchum.

For the last part I joined the pilgrimage on one of the horse carriages. Once inside we all admired the altar which is magnificent. I got goose pimples and actually shed a little tear from the emotion the whole scene caused in me and I can only imagine all of our guests must have felt the same. We were all exhausted afterwards and in need of a shower after all the dust from the long walk or drive. My events agency had decorated the big patio beautifully. Seats and tables were made out of hay stacks giving a real village feel.

We had also set up side shows with village games such as hitting the pot and winning a cheese, a bottle of wine. The booby prize was water inside those ones without a prize. The highlight of the night and perhaps for me the main highlight of the 3 days was an equestrian show by Carmelo Cuevas. His horses come from the Jerez Royal school of horse riding considered to be the best in the world and equal to one in Vienna. As Carmelo Cuevas representative pointed out to me most of the horses at the school in Vienna hail from Jerez.

There were 3 numbers, two of which were when the horse literally danced with a flamenco woman dancer. But the best number for me was when Carmelo Cuevas rode his magnificent white horse to music. Again, like during the Salve, I shed a few tears of emotion.

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