MIAMI, FL – February 26, 2014 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – The full schedule for Hispanicize 2014 (#Hispz14), the annual Latino trends event set for April 1-4 in downtown Miami’s InterContinental hotel is now live online (http://www.hispanicizeevent.com/schedule-2) as well as on the event’s official app on iTunes, Android and Blackberry devices.

Including several special pre-event activities for bloggers and marketers scheduled for March 31, Hispanicize 2014 this year will feature more than 67 regular and extended length sessions as well as 20 Hispanic brand sit-down sessions, music concerts, a film showcase and much more.

More than 160 speakers, including several top celebrities, will speak at this year’s event on a wide variety of topics related to U.S. Hispanic marketing, blogging, journalism, tech entrepreneurship, film and music.

When reviewing the schedule, Hispanicize 2014 organizers ask that all of the following points be considered:

— The February 26th version of the schedule is subject to very minor changes between now and the day of the actual event. The schedule is being constantly tweaked with new speakers and detailed session descriptions, the totality of which are being added during the next week.

— The special schedule for the 20 Hispanic Brand Sit-downs will be announced separately. This schedule will run parallel to the traditional sessions from April 1 through the 4th.

— Every day of Hispanicize 2014 will be packed with great content, speakers and entertainment so rest assured that every day of the event matters equally. The event is configured to be balanced.

— Special discount rates for the InterContinental hotel, the official venue, will expire on Friday, March 7 so book your hotel now at http://bit.ly/1gsYQF3.

— This is the best time to book your flights is now. The more you delay, the more likely you will not find the flights you most desire.

— For general questions about the schedule email [email protected]

— To register to attend the event, click here: http://www.hispanicizeevent.com/attend-2). Every attendee gets full access to sessions, concerts and films. All passes also include breakfast, lunch and drinks.

Sponsorship and Registration Information

As of today, announced sponsors include: 3M, Toyota, Google, McDonald’s, Sherwin-Williams, Coffee-mate, Crest, Burson-Marsteller, Transitions, Fox News Latino, NASDAQ’s GlobeNewswire, Vme, Florida Blue, The Axis Agency, Sensis Agency, Textter, Balsera Communications, El Sol Newspaper, Latinum Network, BodenPR and many more consumer products, food, fashion and lifestyle, toy and travel brands who will shortly be disclosed. Media partners include Being Latino, NPR’S Latino USA, Latin Heat, Media Moves and PRODU.

Sponsorship information is available by contacting [email protected] or via phone at (203) 364-4779.

About Hispanicize 2014
Now in its fifth year, Hispanicize 2014 (http://www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (#Hispz14) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in social media, journalism, advertising, PR, technology, film and music.

Co-chaired by award winning journalist Maria Hinojosa of NPR’s Latino USA and Patricia Pineda, Group Vice President of the Hispanic Business Strategy Group of Toyota Motor North America, Hispanicize 2014 is expected to gather more than 1,700 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of blogging, journalism, technology, music, marketing, film and business over four full days. Featuring U.S. Hispanic thought leaders and celebrities, the 5th anniversary edition of Hispanicize will be taking place at the InterContinental Miami hotel with several offsite events at major cultural venues.

The event is a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, books and more targeting Latinos in the U.S. and/or Puerto Rico.

Hispanicize 2014, a partnership of the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA), Hispanicize and the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), will be held at the InterContinental Miami hotel, April 1-4, 2014 in downtown Miami.