Hispanicize LA Announces Agenda, Brands and Speakers for its Latino Content Creators Track
LOS ANGELES, CA – September 25, 2017 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Organizers of the Oct. 4th Hispanic Heritage Month edition of the Hispanicize event today announced a Latino Content Creators agenda that features brand and agency engagement opportunities, talks with top digital influencers and key workshops.
The multi-industry Hispanicize L.A. will take place at The Line Hotel in Koreatown, and will gather more than 700 professionals from social media, journalism, marketing and entertainment. Content creators and journalists enjoy the deepest registration discounts of all attendees by registering here.
Brands Love Content Creators Speed Dating Breakfast
The creators’ track kicks off with a bang as Hispanicize will put more 20 multicultural brands and agencies together in a room with digital creators for a high-spirited game of brand-creators speed dating. Among the multicultural brands already confirmed to talk opportunities are Microsoft, Prudential, United Airlines, Ford, Carnival Corp, Best Western, JCPenney, Starkist, Telemundo Network, as well as eight marketing and PR agencies. More brands will be announced shortly. (NOTE: This is a content creators only breakfast).
The Art of the Boost: Mastering Your Branded Content Deals on Facebook and Instagram
Two of the industry’s top masters in boosting branded content share the tricks of the trade for creators who want to save time and money boosting their branded content on Facebook and Instagram.
Instagram Boot Camp: An In-Depth Styling and Photography Workshop
In this hands-on workshop sponsored by Starkist, Society Culinaria digital influencers Erica Sanchez of Nibbles & Feast and Nicole Presley of Presley’s Pantry, get into the details of styling and photography for Instagram. If you want to master the art of Instagram photography, this is your ‘can’t miss session.’
Virtual Reality Guide for Digital Content Creators, Journalists and Filmmakers
Virtual Reality is making significant strides with content creators in social media, journalism and filmmakers. In this top featured session moderated by one of Buzzfeed’s top 360-video producers, you’ll see and learn how Latinos are producing compelling VR content across the industries of journalism, social media and even social good.
Fashion and Beauty Trends Latina Panel
Dulce Candy, Ydelays, Flor de Maria and Posh Scene join Latina’s Moreno and Fashion Editor Ebby Antigua for a look at today’s top fashion and beauty trends.
Leveraging Technology in Finance to help Latinos Build Long-term Wealth
This year’s Who’s Who of creators speaking at the event also includes Eddie G, and Marlon Fuentes of Buzzfeed 360, among others.
All creators are allowed to attend the full program of Hispanicize L.A., which includes 18 additional sessions for journalists, filmmakers, brands and entrepreneurs.
Presented by Prudential Financial and created in collaboration with the CCNMA, the Hispanicize L.A. event features a jam-packed but practical agenda that will include case studies, discussions, and keynotes that this year includes celebrities like Kate Del Castillo, Luis Guzman, Flavor Flav, Maurice Benard and more.
Through today, confirmed sponsors so far include Prudential, Microsoft, JCPenney, Ford, United Airlines, Carnival Corp, Telemundo Network, Best Western, Starkist, Oi2Go, Got Milk?, Curacao, CNET En Español, Fuente Latina, and City National Bank.
Sponsorship information for Hispanicize L.A. is available by contacting [email protected] or calling 203.364.4779.
The Hispanic Heritage Month edition of Hispanicize is being produced in partnership with the California Chicano News Media Association, DiMe Media, the Hispanic Public Relations Association, Latin Heat Media, Black Hollywood Film Fund and Latino Filmmakers Network.
Other media partners include: SBS/LaMusica, Latina Moms.com, Hispanic Kitchen, and, the Hispanic PR Blog.
About Hispanicize Media Group
About Hispanicize Media Group (HMG) Hispanicize Media Group (HMG) is a multi-platform media company for multicultural millennials and Generation Z. HMG works with leading brands and advertisers to navigate the rapidly evolving, $1.7 Trillion U.S. Hispanic market by offering branded media opportunities, brand integrations, celebrity endorsements, digital marketing campaigns and social influencer management. HMG’s Hispanicize Week is the largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship. http://hmgmedia.co.