Hispanicize 2013 Releases Official Event Recap Video
The official recap video for Hispanicize 2013, the annual Latino trends event presented by Procter & Gamble is now available for viewing online on YouTube at http://bit.ly/Hispz13Recap.
Hispanicize 2013 brought together more than 1,200 Latino influencers from film, music, blogging, marketing and business over the course of 5 days, April 9-13 at the Eden Roc hotel in Miami Beach. This year’s event included a Hispanic Journalist Showcase, a music festival and a film festival. Altogether more than 103 sessions were held with more than 260 speakers.
Date and hotel location about Hispanicize 2014, the fifth anniversary of the event, is imminent. It will be held in April of 2014.
Hispanicize 2013 would not be possible without the premier sponsorships support of P&G, AT&T, Chevy, Coca-Cola, ViSalus, Disney Parks, Tide, Charmin, RadioShack, Telemundo Media, Pandora and Swiffer.
The annual event brings brands, media, marketers, celebrities, filmmakers, innovators and bloggers together in a unique creative environment focused on creative ideas, innovation and best practices. The one of a kind Hispanicize event has become a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, music, books and more targeting the trillion dollar strong U.S. Latino community. Be sure to save April 2014 for the Fifth Anniversary of the Hispanicize event.
Other Hispanicize 2013 sponsors include: Bing, Telemundo Media, Google, Bumble Bee Foods, Lowes, MundoFox, Sherwin-Williams, Ford, McDonald’s, The Clorox Company, Maseca, Fender, Radio Shack, Sprint, Transitions, Avocados of Mexico, The Axis Agency, UnitedHealthcare, NBC Latino, Yo Soy Segundo, Collective Bias, ESPN Deportes, The American Latino Museum, JeffreyGroup, NBCUniversal, Lanugo, Visit Orlando, Fox News Latino, AARP, Business Wire, ASK Media Productions, Steady Image, Sensis Agency, PR Newswire, The Zocalo Group, El Sentinel, BajaLibros.com, The American Latino Museum, Marketwired, the Miami Marlins and The St. Augustine Visitor’s Bureau. Media partners include Latin Heat Media, Getty Images Hispanic, Media Moves, Voxxi, Mamiverse, PRODU, Hispanic Market Weekly, Being Latino, DigiBunch, Latina Mom Bloggers and the soon to launch Hispanicize Wire.