7 edition of Hispanic Customers for Life found in the catalog.
February 11, 2008
by Paramount Market Publishing, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Hispanic Customers for Life is the most insightful book to date for marketers seeking to evolve their strategies for capturing the opportunities from within the U.S. Latino market."--Tom Maney, Senior Vice President/Ad Sales, Fox Sports en Español "Isabel's book is.
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Hispanic Customers for Life: A Fresh Look at AcculturationAuthor: M. Isabel Valdes. It would also serve as a venue for local Hispanic/Latino artists. Thus was born the concept of a Spanish Language "bookstore within the bookstore," which, after much consideration, we dubbed the Rincn de Libros (literally "corner of books," perhaps better rendered as the "book nook").
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: U.S. Latinos: from 15+ percent to 25+ percent --Born/not born in the USA --Recovering the latino soul --Latinos in society --Marketing today and tomorrow: the emotional-cultural paradigm --Share of heart: the philosophy --Revisiting the in-language.
Hispanic Marketing: Hispanic Customers for Life book Power of the New Latino Consumer focuses on using cultural insights to connect with Latino in its third edition, the book provides marketers with the skills necessary to perform useful Hispanic market analysis and thus develop effective integrated marketing communication strategies/5(3).
Hispanic Customers for Life: An additional value of the book is a comprehensive list of Hispanic-related websites, including marketing and advertising companies, trade organizations, non-profits, media, and researchers. to purchase. Promotional Video () Search for:.
Presenter Isabel Valdes, author, Hispanic Customers for Life A Fresh Look at Acculturation A presentation by Isabel Valdes and Q&A with Isabel Valdes and host Elena del Valle about Latino customers and acculturation “Hispanic Customers for Life” audio recording consists of minutes of useful insights and information by a leading Latino market expert.
Hispanic Customers for Life A Fresh Look at Acculturation by Isabel Valdes (Paramount Market Publishing, $) In her new page hardcover book Valdés explores the Hispanic generational crossover and related issues; and examines data and tools she believes may help professionals manage the generational and acculturation differences of.
When talking about U.S. Hispanics, marketers seldom explore socioeconomic level as it relates to their attitudes and behaviors.
For me this is a most interesting relationship because if, for example, Latinos hold cultural attitudes in the same esteem regardless of their social standing, then one may conclude that one marketing approach may reach diverse types. Product Information.
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Hispanic Marketing: The Power of the New Latino Consumer focuses on using cultural insights to connect with Latino consumers. Now in its third edition, the book provides marketers with the skills necessary to perform useful Hispanic market analysis and thus develop effective integrated marketing communication strategies.
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