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  • What is keeping multicultural marketing leaders up at night? Mike Valdes-Fauli (Pinta), Marla Skiko (Tapestry), Sergio Barrientos (M8), Carla Eboli (Dieste), Marina Filipelli (Orci), Jaime Clausen (LatinWorks), Rob Douglas (Gravity)...
  • Cross-cultural perspectives: What the U.S. can learn from Latin Business Culture.
  • Two Takes: Entravision's Jeffery Libermann vs. Hemisphere TV's Alan Sokol
  • A QSR goes Hispanic
  • Will multicultural audiences love ad-supported mobile phones?


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