Hispanic Sports Marketing Budgets to grow by 8.2% annually until 2018 (New Targeted Report)

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Portada has just released it's 2014 Hispanic Sports Marketing Survey (Targeted Report)! One of the findings from a survey conducted with over 350 Sports Marketing Executives from the agency, client and media side is that Hispanic Sports Marketing Budgets are expected to grow by 8.2% annually until 2018. Some questions the report answers include:

- What categories (e.g. Telco, CPG, Financial etc) do client side marketers and agency executives see growing the most over the next 5 years?
- What role will Content Marketing play in the growth of Hispanic Sports Marketing activities?
- Which are the sports with the most growth potential in the Hispanic market other than Soccer?
- What share does the Hispanic Sports Marketing Budget have in overall budgets?

ACQUIRE THE HISPANIC SPORTS MARKETING SECTOR REPORT!

 


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