WEBINAR: Today Thursday Learn How to Leverage Hyperlocal Advertising to Reach Multicultural Audiences

Are you ready for today's Webinar (April 23 2pm EST/ 11 am PST) on "The New Multicultural: Hyperlocal Digital Strategies for National Advertisers"?

If you did not register yet (free). REGISTER NOW!

webinar_banner160x600Learn how to leverage hyperlocal digital advertising to reach a complex and nuanced multicultural audience across the nation.

Hear how Gonzalo del Fa, President, GroupM Multicultural
and Susan Lee, VP Corporate Development, MaxPoint:

- Assess the challenges multicultural marketers must overcome to reach digitally minded audiences
- Explore how hyperlocal digital advertising reaches multicultural consumers in neighborhoods across the country
- Discover how multicultural marketers are currently using hyperlocal digital advertising and measuring success

If you did not register yet (free). REGISTER NOW!


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