When it comes to consumers and the CMO, the decade began with more excitement than ever to connect a brand message with a potential buyer across every touchpoint available through a media effort. Thanks to COVID-19, that push toward digital and social media has only been accelerated. Throw in data science, and the media landscape…
For Liz Castells-Heard-led bicoastal multicultural agency INFUSION, life has been a whirlwind since COVID-19 arrived. Instead of struggling with clients, Castells and her team are struggling to keep up with increased client work demands and new business pitches accelerated by ‘Black and Brown lives matter’ and the 2020 Census. Yet, CEO Castells isn’t complaining as…
It’s now available: the first Total Market report that totally covers what you’ve needed to reach multicultural consumers the *right* way.
The Adam R Jacobson Consultancy, in partnership with Dávila Multicultural Insights of Encino, Calif. and HispanicAd.com, the U.S. Hispanic advertising and marketing industry’s most widely read and trusted media and information source, is pleased to announce the November 7, 2015 release of its second annual Hispanic CMO Thought Leadership Report.
Stacie de Armas, VP of community alliances, events and engagement, at Nielsen, discusses client concerns with
respect to Hispanic media measurement, language weighting and language preference of Hispanic radio consumers, and total media measurement of Latinos in a Hispanic Market Overview Q&A conducted by Adam R Jacobson.
In the fifth edition of Hispanic Market Overview, the question of “what is ‘total market’ and how does the marketer best tackle this in their buying and planning and Hispanic executions?” is fully probed by some of the top executives in the Hispanic market today. We also examine the coveted Latino millennial, and why they are important as influencers and are social media leaders.
The 2013 ahaa annual conference concluded Wednesday afternoon in Miami Beach, Fla. with a resonating presentation from Leo Burnett Worldwide Chief Creative Officer Mark Tutssel.