Procter & Gamble Co.’s Gain brand of laundry detergents and dish soaps—a dominant brand among Hispanic consumers—has launched its first online novela in a bid to further grow its share of Latinos.
America is in its “golden years” with respect to political opportunities for the Latino community, says San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro. Although Hispanics still have a tremendous amount of challenges with respect to finances and educational attainment, the 2012 presidential election served as a “special, defining moment for the Latino community in the U.S. For the first time Latinos could fundamentally change the trajectory of a campaign.”
“If everyone understood it, it wouldn’t be an opportunity.” Those words, said about the U.S. Hispanic market by WPP Group CEO Sir Martin Sorrell, were tweeted Monday by dozens of attendees at the start of the annual ahaa conference in Miami Beach, Fla.
Hispanic market media strategist and veteran journalist Adam R Jacobson, in association with HispanicAd.com, has released the 2013 edition of Hispanic Market Overview, presented by López Negrete Communications.
As we discuss throughout Hispanic Market Overview 2013, set for release April 29 exclusively by HispanicAd.com, Spanish-language media is alive and well, and growing. Digital platforms are bringing culturally relevant content—and marketing messages—to a growing group of consumers that use Spanish, or English, or both. Pending immigration reform will increase the need for relevant Hispanic media. An improved economy could bring another wave of immigrants from Latin America to the U.S.