Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election has come as a surprise to many. His stances on immigration and trade with Mexico (Televisa’s stock was down 8% this morning) have many multicultural media and marketing executives thinking (and possibly worrying?). Just this morning WPP’s Sir Martin Sorrell admitted surprise after the “second Brexit: Donald Trump’s U.S. election-win.” other executives contacted by Portada acknowledged to be “speechless”. In any case, what does Trump’s victory say about multicultural marketing and its future?
Posts Tagged ‘2016 elections’
What: Horizon has contributed in the launch of political match making App VoterGuru, which helps people find their top presidential candidate match. Why it matters: VoterGuru Co-Founders, Ben Krakow and Ben Atkins, Seek to Educate Voters and Identify their Closest Ideological Candidate Match. VoterGuru, a New York-based tech startup that matches users with declared presidential candidates, […]
According to “The Race for the White House 2016: Registered Voters and Media and Information During the Primaries,” a new research study from the IAB Digital media has reached parity with TV as a primary information source about presidential candidates.