The Guarani Farming System Inside the Jungle

The Guarani had a farming system that required frequent moves. Their farm fields were located inside the jungle, sheltered from the winds.

Hispanic Health Insurance Roulette

Health Insurance for the Hispanic | Latino Segment
As health insurance companies as well as government health exchanges compete across the country for enrollment, multicultural and specifically the Hispanic audience is key

Adjusting automotive marketing to serve the US Hispanic population

In 2018, the renowned marketing magazine “The Marketing Insider” projected that the number of cars purchased by the US Hispanics will double between 2010 and 2020. To no surprise, their projection was right.

Corona Beer: Victim of Spam Marketing

Corona beer is one of the victims of spam marketing. Its name has been linked to Coronavirus and has brought bad consequences.

5 Costume Ideas of Hispanic Origin

Every year, Halloween stores sell many different kinds of costumes. Take a look at these ideas and get inspired by some of the most traditional characters of Hispanic Origin.

What is Juneteenth?

Juneteenth is also known as “Freedom Day” or “Emancipation Day”, and the word origin is a combination of June and nineteenth.

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

Marketing Cannabis: Hispanic Views on Marijuana

As the legal cannabis industry continues its rapid rise, there’s an interesting statistic that’s catching the attention of digital cannabis marketers and multicultural groups alike. It’s recently been revealed that Hispanics are more likely than nearly any other ethnic group to consume cannabis products or support cannabis legalization efforts.

Who are millennials?

They are born between the early 1980s to the mid 1990s or early 2000s, so many young adults nowadays would define themselves as millennials.

Latin American elections 2019

2019 Elections in Central & South America: Improvement or Status Quo? On the heels of the 2018 elections that brought Colombia’s (Ivan Duque), Mexico’s (AMLO Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador) and Brazil’s (Jair Bolsonaro) new leaders to the top post in Latin America

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U.S. Census Bureau | American Community Survey

U.S. Census Bureau | American Community Survey

The American Community Survey which is an ongoing survey that can work in conjunction with the Census data to see changes in the characteristics of the population of the United States.

Portada Miami | April 18-19 2018

Portada Miami | April 18-19 2018

The 10th annual edition of Portada Miami (April 18-19 2018) to discuss how brands across the Americas are taking back control.

5 Ways To Reach Hispanics During Hispanic Heritage Month

5 Ways To Reach Hispanics During Hispanic Heritage Month

With Hispanic Heritage Month in full swing, which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 and coincides with the Independence Days of Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras, here are five places brands should consider in order to connect with the Hispanic community and build brand loyalty.

The Rise of latino food culture in the U.S.

The Rise of latino food culture in the U.S.

Last week was National Taco Day and the Internet went crazy with expressing their love for tacos. Restaurants, fast-food chains, and shops jumped on taco deals, including non-exclusively Latino restaurants such as Red Robin, which created a new burger-taco mashup. T

Latina Shoppers: The Transforming Agent Of The HBC World

Latina Shoppers: The Transforming Agent Of The HBC World

As Female Hispanic age cohorts continue to grow and currently represent 18 % of the total 2016 U.S. female population, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures, so do their share of wallet and extraordinary influence on the Health and Beauty Care (HBC) market.