Most of us were happy to turn the page on 2020 and discover what comes next. What that will be is still uncertain, but we know it won’t be a return to our pre-pandemic normal. With that in mind, let’s explore how agencies will win business this year.  By Mark Duval - The Duval Agency

Ingrid Otero-Smart, President/CEO of Casanova//McCann, announced the promotion of Ms. Carla Noriega to Vice President, Group Account Director effective immediately.

sociedAD has gone independent from parent company Campbell Ewald! Partners Jorge Moya and Carla Mercado will lead the new Hispanic marketing agency, bringing decades of experience harnessing the power of Hispanic insights to craft effective communications driving growth, innovation, and competitive advantages for clients.

How clients and agencies can avoid the heightened risk of relationships failing during the stormy pandemic crisis.

As brands look to build and rebuild, they will need to look for growth opportunities within the rapidly growing multicultural markets. To arm them with the cultural insights needed, the Culture Marketing Council: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing (CMC) is releasing its 2020 Hispanic Market Guide, the most comprehensive resource on the U.S. Hispanic market. The new publication is now available to view online or download for free.

Ingrid Otero-Smart, President/CEO of Casanova//McCann, announced the appointment of Karla Acevedo-Chazaro to the newly created role of Chief Stewardship Officer effective immediately.

Some years ago, an agency owner came to me seeking help with their new business efforts. They were no longer being asked to participate in pitches, and their prospective opportunities seemed to be shrinking.  By Mark Duval - The Duval Partnership

We are often asked, “How long should a case study be?” Our answer: it depends. The important thing is that you tell the right story for the situation.

INFUSION announced that Leticia Juárez has rejoined the agency as Partner, EVP of Strategy & Marketing leading their largest account, Charter Communications.

After the release of our first article “When Black is LOUDER than Brown – Part 1” on Tuesday, we have been involved in a flurry of emails, texts and calls with executives regarding the purposeful announcement by the Dentsu Network of their media-buying program (Project Booker) designed to create “Inclusion with Exclusion”. 

I am not very encourage when writing this article for HispanicAd, to see efforts to help Minority Broadcasters and Consumers that are not inclusive of at least the majority of the groups that encompass the Multicultural Marketing Bucket.  By Gene Bryan / CEO - HispanicAd

GROWTH. If there is one word that best describes the imperative nature of marketing and the priority shared by all CMOs in these unprecedented times, this is it. Growth has never been a greater priority than it is today. This is not a new idea of course. The industry and CMO community have rallied around the importance of marketing as a growth vehicle in prior years.

FITZ Games, located in Laguna Beach, CA, creates games focused on celebrating diversity and building community through comedy. The company has launched such games as “The Queer Agenda,” “The Chosen OneT” “Bi-Partysan,” and most recently, “Alice Cooper Horror Box.”  Casanova’s initial assignment is to support “¡Dios Mio!,” the first US Latino card game.

Grow your agency profitably (and with less stress) via my Strategic Churn technique.  Many agency owners consider client churn to be negative. “Churn” comes from the SaaS world—where high attrition can end a firm.

A few months back, TrinityP3 Founder and Global CEO Darren Woolley observed on his podcast that most of the agencies he’d seen recently were not telling their story. Not that they weren’t telling their story effectively, but they weren’t telling a story at all. Often, they were just delivering a shopping list, ticking off the agency’s clients, offices, and capabilities. (Zzzzz. Sounds exciting, right?)  Perhaps most interestingly, Woolley said that the agencies actually started off by saying they “wanted to share their agency story,” but still “[he’d] be sitting there waiting for the start, the middle and the end of the story and it just wasn’t coming.”  By Mark Duval - The Duval Partnership

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