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Wednesday, April 2 • 9:00am - 9:50am
The Hispanic Millenial Project

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Session Overview

Hispanic millennials are one of the most compelling, dynamic and often misunderstood segments within the growing Hispanic market.  In this in-depth session, Hispanicize attendees will get a “first look” opportunity at the results of nationwide research on Hispanic Millennials conducted jointly by cross-cultural advertising agency Sensis and ThinkNow research.

 

The two-part session will begin with a summary overview of the “Hispanic Millennial Report” followed by a brief panel discussion by leading Hispanic millennial brands and marketers on theimplications of the research.

 

In this session, attendees will gain an in-depth understanding of the dynamic Hispanic Millennial consumer,including:

 

-How Hispanic Millennials are different from other Hispanics cohorts

-How Hispanic Millennials differ from “mainstream” Millennials

-Hispanic Millennial digital behavior and motivations

-An introduction of potential Hispanic millennial segments

 


Moderators
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Katherine Doble

Publisher/President, Los Tweens and Teens/Siren Marketing
Katherine is co-founder and publisher of Los Tweens and Teens, a bilingual resource engaging Latino and multicultural parents of children age 7-12. Through advice from experts, discussions from parents and product reviews, Katherine and partner Cristy Clavjo-Kish provide parents with... Read More →

Speakers
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Mario Carrasco

Partner, ThinkNow Research
TBA
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Jose Villa

President, Sensis
Jose is not your typical agency principal. He did not work in advertising before launching Sensis. Instead, he got his start as a business analyst and technologist. It is this perspective that informed his vision for the Sensis: leveraging technology to bring analytical rigor to the... Read More →


Wednesday April 2, 2014 9:00am - 9:50am PDT
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