The report, “The Cut – Exploring Financial Wellness Within Diverse Populations,” is based on a survey of more than 3,000 U.S. adults and examines the financial lives of a diverse group of Americans: women, black Americans, Latino Americans, Asian Americans, caregivers, and the LGBTQ community.

Experts say the rise of artificial intelligence will make most people better off over the next decade, but many have concerns about how advances in AI will affect what it means to be human, to be productive and to exercise free will

To grow sales, more companies are teaming up to attract each other’s customers—and persuade their existing customers to buy more—by creating a positive association with another brand. Well-known alliances include McDonald’s Happy Meals with Disney toys and Dell PCs with Intel processors.

As far as news coverage of emerging trends in marketing go, this one was exceptional: "New Report Cites Skyrocketing Growth of Internal Agencies," the Ad Age headline shouted, while Adweek weighed in with, "ANA Report: In-Housing Agency Work Is Accelerating." MediaPost followed suit with "ANA: Over Three-Quarters of Our Members Have In-House Agencies" and Campaign US ran with, "Number of In-House Agencies Rise Dramatically, ANA Study Finds."

Ntooitive announced Armando Guerrero is joining the team as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships. Guerrero will be based in Los Angeles and responsible for managing partnerships for Ntooitive’s advertising technology platforms nationwide.

Impremedia has designated Iván Adaime as its new CEO, effective December 10th, 2018, replacing Gabriel Dantur, who will return to LA NACION, Impremedia’s parent company, where he will bring his significant expertise in digital transformation and change management.

What if there was a proven, brand-safe video ad format that's equally effective for targeting unique consumers and regions, or blanketing the whole country with a campaign? A medium that offers loyal, engaged audiences at competitive CPMs and the power of sight, sound, motion, and narrative?  What if marketers found out that their agencies won’t even consider it for campaigns because they can’t buy it at their preferred profit margin?

In a world where the pace of change is accelerating, the drivers of change are varied and diverse across regions and marketers, as are the signals of evolving consumer behaviors. Many factors are shaping the world we live in, but which ones should businesses and organizations be focused on, and what opportunities do they present?

By Gonzalo López Martí - Creative director, etc/LMMiami.com

“Never do or say anything you wouldn’t do or say in front of your kids.”

  • I know, it is not 100% enforceable.
  • But you get the point.

A brand no longer needs, nor can embrace, all trends. It must create sub-brands specifically designed for each niche, and reach each one using algorithms. The organic food brand Mãe Terra recently bought by Unilever has been a smart move in this way.  by Anahi Lucas & Felipe Ramirez

Median household income and poverty rates continue to vary across the nation’s 3,142 counties. In general, median household income is higher in urban counties than in rural areas. Likewise, poverty rates tend to be lower in urban areas than in rural areas.

Number from Mexico continues to decline, while Central America is the only growing region

Brands that are perceived as innovative and that also provide a great experience – meeting consumers’ needs where and when they are wanted – grew the most in value in the latest BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable US Brands ranking, announced by WPP and Kantar Millward Brown.

The face of America is changing and multicultural consumers are quickly becoming the majority of the expected growth in the U.S. now and in the future.

MundoHispanico.com announced an exclusive partnership with auto expert Al Vázquez to bring the website's visitors auto reviews and video content to facilitate their buying decisions.

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