Top leaders and elite marketing executives rely on the Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) to deliver new and compelling multicultural research to help inform their creative strategy and marketing campaigns. The 2018 CMC Annual Conference, taking place at the Loews Hotel in Los Angeles from June 4-6, will provide marketers with the latest CMC, Magna Global and Nielsen research to help inform their marketing campaigns and ensure culture is at the heart of every strategy.

With rapidly changing demographics, culture plays a leading role in marketing strategies, but marketers are often puzzled by the structure and approach. The Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) will provide a snapshot on corporate diversity at their annual conference taking place at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles June 4-6. The conference will also bring together top brands, including AutoZone, Coffee-mate, Intuit and Verizon, to discuss models and structures that work.

If brands aren’t thinking about how creativity, community & culture impact their target audiences, the efficacy and engagement of their marketing campaigns will be compromised. The Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) is not only providing world-class multicultural strategy but it also is tackling topics that are ripped from the headlines and how they are impacting the marketing landscape at its 2018 Annual Conference taking place at the Loews Hotel in Los Angeles from June 4-6.

The Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) will educate the sharpest minds in media, marketing and communications on how to amp up their multicultural marketing innovation at the CMC Annual Conference.

In this report, we highlight topics covered at the Feb. 6th event — including unconventional uses of data, preparing for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, cross-device measurement and targeting, and upcoming industry standards.

In this report, Chick Foxgrover, 4A’s EVP of creative technologies and innovation, shares his perspective on this year’s CES conference — including key take-aways for agencies, insights on voice technology, VR, smart homes, and more.

More than 20 companies were named as winners in 12 separate categories. Grand Prize winners in each category will be announced at an awards ceremony during the ANA’s 19th annual Multicultural Marketing & Diversity Conference, November 5–7 in Miami Beach. The ceremony culminates with the “Best in Show” announcement, honoring the year’s best campaign chosen from the Grand Prize category winners.

With statistics showing a continual increase in the Hispanic population, the media industry needs to take the next step and build on the data to better reflect the findings within its employment ranks, Lisa Torres, president of multicultural for Publicis Media, said at the Hispanic TV Summit Thursday (Oct. 19).  By: R. Thomas Umstead / Courtesy of MultiChannel News and Broadcasting & Cable

The United States soccer team’s shocking elimination from the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament hasn’t dampened NBCUniversal’s projections for a record-breaking tournament performance on Telemundo, according to company executives.  By: R. Thomas Umsteadf / Courtesy of MultiChannel News and Broadcasting & Cable

Publicis Groupe's decision to save money by not entering any advertising awards shows next year seemed to have elicited more puzzlement than empathy in the media reports filed from the Cannes International Festival of Creativity, where CEO Arthur Sadoun dropped the bombshell in June.  By Thom Forbes

The National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP) announces their Annual National Convention in Miami Florida that will be taking place from November 5th  to -7th at the Atton Brickell Miami.

AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing announced State Farm will provide a three-year sponsorship to help fund AHAA’s newly created AHAA Hall of Fame and Rising Star Recognition, as part of its support of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 AHAA Annual Conference.

AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing announced today that Ford Motor Company is the winner of the 2017 AHAA Marketer of the Year Award. Ford joins a prestigious short list of elite brands that have received the award, including McDonald’s, State Farm, Toyota, and Walmart. David Rodriguez, multicultural marketing director for Ford will accept the award and discuss the automaker’s commitment to the Hispanic and multicultural market at AHAA’s 2017 Annual Conference.

The IAB has announced NGL Studios, part of NGL Media (co-founded by actor John Leguizamo), will be participating at the 2017 Digital Content NewFronts in New York City, where it will be presenting original digital content programs and platforms for U.S. Latino and multicultural millennial audiences, and advertisers seeking to engage them. 

AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing is putting on the Hispanic marketing conference of the year with a program featuring CEOs, CMOs and top marketing executives for its 2017 Annual Conference taking place in Chicago from June 12-14. CEOs from Avocados from Mexico, DDB and Starcom Mediavest, as well as marketing leaders from The Coca-Cola Company, Denny’s, SlingTV/DishLatino, and T-Mobile & MetroPCS will discuss how technology, disruption, politics, culture, creativity and content play a pivotal role in successful Hispanic marketing strategies. The 2017 AHAA Annual Conference, with a theme of Next Generation Marketing, is where brand, media and marketing executives go to learn the latest trends, data and strategies to reach U.S. Hispanics in an increasingly digital age.