See you Today at our Third Annual Hispanic Digital and Print Media Conference

We are looking forward to see you at our Third Annual Hispanic Digital and Print Media Conference Today, September 24 in NYC. The industry’s signature event will explore the latest trends and opportunities in the Hispanic digital and print media markets. The event annually gathers more than 200 key players in Hispanic advertising and media through an exciting line-up of speakers and panelists.

The voting process for Hispanic Digital and Print Media Awards ended last Friday and the winners will be announced at the Award Luncheon during the Conference.

Tickets are going very fast and the event is almost sold out! To register, please click here.

To download the conference’s program, please click here.

To read an article reviewing the state of the Hispanic digital and print media industries in the context of Thursday’s conference program, click here.

To read a press release announcing the keynote speech by Rodolfo Rodriguez, Multicultural Marketing Director at General Mills, please click here.


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