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This Insight Brief explores best practices in internal organization and strategy for marketing to a diverse population. Learn how brands like Coca-Cola, the NBA, and Honda Civic are reaching multicultural consumers, including the important Millennial target.
The NBA described its total market approach and offered five tips for executing total market successfully.
In this video, the NBA described its total market approach and offered five tips for executing total market successfully.
Walmart shared how, through a collaborative total market approach to advertising, it was able to increase business in the general market while simultaneously engaging multicultural consumers on an emotional level.
Verizon leveraged experiential tactics to reach Asian-Americans during New Year celebrations in key markets.
A Verizon Wireless campaign targeted first-generation Asian-Americans in specific U.S. markets.
Godiva drove brand preference among affluent Asian-American consumers with a campaign promoting a limited edition product.
In this video, a panel of studio marketing executives shared recent advertising insights and experiences used to connect with their respective multicultural audiences.
John Gibson, special assistant to the chairman and CEO for diversity at the Motion Picture Association of America, Fabian Castro, vice president of multicultural marketing at Universal Pictures, and Rick Ramirez, SVP of targeted marketing at Warner Bros. Studios, shared recent advertising insights and experiences used to connect with their respective multicultural audiences.
ANA multicultural marketing and diversity committee chair Gilbert Dávila moderated a discussion featuring client-side marketers from Coca-Cola, Walmart, and General Mills about the key elements to success with a total market strategy.
Marlena Peleo-Lazar, chief creative officer at McDonald’s Corporation, shared how it has continued to be a leader in multicultural advertising by using culturally relevant insights to inform its marketing plans.
Take a deep dive into the debate between cross-cultural and multicultural marketing in this ANA Insight Brief. Learn the secrets to more effective multicultural marketing from leaders such as AT&T, Heineken, and L’Oreal.
Minority groups are more likely to have conversations about brands and use technology tools to facilitate those conversations than the general public, according to The Keller Fay Group.
Robert Blackwell, CEO of Killerspin, discussed how Killerspin revolutionized the table tennis industry, and drove business results through innovative products, content, and strategic partnerships.
As multicultural consumers continue to reshape the marketing landscape, how can brands harness the power of direct mail to reach them? A panel of marketers discusses the multicultural market.
Asian-Americans are one of the most prosperous and fastest-growing groups in the U.S. Here’s how — and why — more marketers should consider using mail to reach them.
This Q3 2012 report from Nielsen provides insights to marketers on the growth opportunity available to businesses via the Asian American consumer base.
Erica Bowen, vice president, marketing, L’Oreal, Laura Simpson, senior vice president, global director, McCann Truth Central, and Patricia Shibata, vice president, multicultural, McCann New York, shared insights from McCann’s recent global study “The Truth About Beauty,” as well as discussed what really matters to beauty consumers today and tomorrow — with emphasis on the Hispanic, African American and Asian segments.
Bill Duggan, group executive vice president, ANA, led a panel discussion with leaders from multicultural agencies representing the Hispanic, African-American, and Asian categories to address the sensitivities of multicultural agency search.
Sharmila M. Fowler, senior client advisor, Geoscape, and Thomas Tseng, principal and co-founder, New American Dimensions, LLC, discussed why and how to reach Asian consumers.