February 17, 2019
Soccer fans everywhere know that one of the most exciting tournaments of the year is happening right now: the Copa América Centenario! And all over social media, fans from every corner of the U.S.A. are making their voices heard. As a full service Hispanic marketing agency, we know the impact an event like this has on our community, and we wanted to showcase what the country at large is buzzing about. We went right to the voice of the people to see what all the chatter was about during the group stage of the tournament. Look for updates to come following the quarterfinals, the semifinals, and the final game.
The Círculo Creativo of the Hispanic Market in the United States released the new platform for its relaunch. Yes, you heard that right. Relaunch. Círculo Creativo is a nonprofit founded in 1999 with the aim of promoting creative excellence and communication among professionals working in the U.S. Hispanic advertising market. Círculo Creativo is open to […]
El área metropolitana de Houston tiene más de 9.800 empresas propiedad de hispanos, lo que representa alrededor del 11% de todas las empresas en la zona, según presentación de Julio Arrieta, director gerente y director de Marketing de Lopez Negrete Communications, una agencia de publicidad de Houston. Arrieta participó en el evento Estado de los […]
Companies in Houston need to bring more Hispanic executives into C-suites and board rooms, or risk losing out on a growing market and large source of talent, Hispanic business leaders say. Hundreds of people in Houston’s Latino business community gathered Thursday night for the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s “State of Hispanics” event, listening to […]
Students living in communities that traditionally lack resources to succeed now have an opportunity for a brighter future thanks to the Lone Star College Promise Firsts Scholarship program. “I am very proud that Lone Star College can now provide additional scholarships specifically designed to help lift students from these communities through higher education,” said Stephen […]