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An AHAA Cultural Orientation-Generational Study
Sponsored by AARP and data partners Scarborough & GfK MRI
Discover NEW Hispanic opportunities by exploring specific category and cultural benefits among Hispanic Millennials, Gen X and Boomers
As the lines between the ‘Mainstream’ and the Hispanic market continue to blur, it is more important than ever for marketers to not only understand what makes Hispanics different / similar to non-Hispanics, but to examine the cultural differences between Hispanics, as well.
With underwriting from AARP, AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing recently commissioned the first study to examine the buying habits and Cultural Orientation of Hispanics and non-Hispanics across three generational groups—Millennials (18-29), Generation X (30-44), and Boomers (45-65).
The results were surprising on many levels, validating that the once popular ‘one size fits all’ Hispanic marketing approach will need to change to fully address the diversity of the Hispanic consumer, moving forward.
What You'll Learn:
• Identify the “best” Hispanic customer for key product categories
• Understand the cultural orientation differences across three Hispanic generational segments
• Increase marketing effectiveness by understanding the cultural diversity within U.S. Hispanics
Moderator: Gaby Alcantara-Diaz – AHAA Education Committee Chair, President, G ADMarketing Communications, Inc.
*Carlos Santiago – AHAA Research Committee Chair, President & Chief Strategist, Santiago Solutions Group
*Dr. Jake Beniflah – Study Academic Counsel, Exec Dir, Center for Multicultural Science
*Scott Willoth –SVP Methods & Analytics, Scarborough Research
Session sponsor: AARP. Study underwriter: AARP. Research Partner: Scarborough.
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