HispanicAd presents our 9th edition of the Hispanic Market Thought Leaders. Every edition we strive to cover important marketing topics in our Industry and highlight The Top Marketing executives for their contributions to our Industry.
2022 HMC HISPANIC MARKET GUIDE explores Hispanic Diversity, Cultural Blind Spots, Inclusive Advertising & Media Consumption [DOWNLOAD for FREE]
The Hispanic Marketing Council (HMC) has released its 2022 Hispanic Market Guide, the most comprehensive resource on the U.S. Hispanic market. Hispanics are impacting the multicultural mainstream at a faster pace than anticipated, shifting American culture and purchase behaviors. Brands who make continuous efforts to connect with the multicultural market are seeing results that demonstrate the economic power of Hispanics.
The other day, I came across this post on LinkedIn from Ethan Decker asking if buyers were brand loyal or brand habitual. The post references data from a survey of UK shoppers by Bain which finds that on average across a range of different product categories people buy different 3 brands. Ethan uses the data to assert that we are not brand loyal, we a brand habitual. I am not going to deny that habits have a huge amount of influence, particularly when it comes to low risk, repeated purchases. By Nigel Hollis
For the past four years, Setup has conducted a Marketing Relationship Survey to take the pulse on how Companies (Brands/Clients) and Marketing Agencies operate and work together. Because we live in the space between Brands and Agencies, we are in a unique position to bridge any gaps - in communication, work style, work needs, and more. In that vein, we’re excited to share the results of this year’s survey to provide insight and perspective on the current state of Agency-Client relationships.
Findings from a new study reveal that multicultural Americans have strong faith in the “American Dream.” In fact, 78% of Black, Asian, and Hispanic American consumers say they have achieved or believe they can achieve the American Dream, as compared to 69% of White consumers.
For the first time ever, the World Cup will overlap with the holiday season, creating a unique opportunity for brands to turn football fans into festive shoppers. And, as women are often key holiday season spenders, marketers can maximize the impact of both World Cup and holiday campaigns by focusing on reaching and connecting with female fan bases.
This CMO Guide for Modern Marketing Leaders makes an indisputable argument about where growth is coming from... Multicultural and Inclusive audiences! Which makes these diverse audiences the #1 priority for marketers, for whom growth reigns supreme. Power Up! relies on the latest industry studies, proprietary data and a host of other insights and metrics.
Inclusive marketing isn’t just a sideline or a charity project, it’s just better marketing, says Jerry Daykin, Vice-President, Global Media at Beam Suntory, and WFA’s Global Diversity Ambassador. His book, Inclusive Marketing: Why Representation Matters to Your Customers and Your Brand is out now.
When local businesses stumble, a national brand’s revenue tumbles. A third of national marketers say 40% or more of their company’s revenue comes from local business partners, yet less than 30% of small businesses have fully recovered from the pandemic. Do the math, and you’ll see a lot of lost revenue.
In this episode of The New Mainstream podcast, Silvia Li Sam, founder of Slam Media Lab (Slam), talks about her experience as a Peruvian Chinese American and how marketers must leverage research to understand the complexities of the Latinx consumer market.
New WFA research has found that while CMOs are keen to address consumer and regulatory concerns around data-driven marketing, the complexity of the data and digital ecosystem is making it hard for them to identify the right practical measures to take.
As we celebrate another Hispanic Heritage Month, I asked a few industry leaders with decades of experience in Hispanic marketing to reflect on what has changed in the industry over the past two decades and what hasn’t. The conversation was so rich that I decided to break it into two different articles. By Isaac Mizrahi - Co-President of ALMA
No, you are not ‘over-indexing on Black’ [Here we go again a so called “DEI Expert” does not even mention US Hispanics]
PR Daily published an article by By Amira Barger the EVP of Health DEI at Edelman. Even though I agree with the premise, it astonished me that a so called "DEI Expert" cannot herself be more inclusive in her presentation of her point in the article. Excluding the importance is US Hispanics! What, DEI is only promoting Blacks or African American? Edelman as a company knows better that this. Have you lost your compass?
Captura Group was recently recognized by Kellogg Company as the 2021 recipient of the Sojourner Truth Award, acknowledging the agency as their certified diverse partner with the highest spend with other diverse companies in 2021.
CEOs from Dentsu, GroupM, Omnicom Media Group & Publicis Media agree Hispanics are the quintessential Growth Drivers
As more than 63 million Hispanics drive population growth in this country and grow in economic, political and cultural influence, we have to ask ourselves, “What is stopping brands from going all in?” According to the CEOs from dentsu Media, GroupM, Omnicom Media Group and Publicis Media, it’s a combination of lack of long-term planning, one-offs and failure to diversify from within.
Sitting neatly at the intersection of media magic and creative success is the debate around attention, which was a topic du jour from day one. Advertisers are increasingly keen to create ads that capture and retain attention. Publishers want to show they have the environments that deliver high-quality attention. And Agencies want to place ads where they can generate the most attention for their clients’ money.
Nearly half (48%) of all advertisers, agencies, ad tech companies and media owners think the industry is facing its “worst-ever crisis” when it comes to talent, topping off at 54% among agencies, according to new research from WFA and global media advisors, MediaSense.