Hispanicize 2016 Announces 2nd Round of Speakers for Multicultural Creators Showcase and DiMe Summit
MIAMI, FL – February 8, 2016 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – The 7th Annual Hispanicize 2016 event today unveiled the second round of speakers that complete the roster of top Latino and multicultural creators featured at the Multicultural Creators Showcase and inaugural DiMe Summit. Co-presented by Prudential Financial, Hispanicize 2016 (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) is taking place April 4-8 in Miami’s InterContinental Hotel.
Curated by DiMe Media (formerly the Latina Mom Bloggers network), the second round of speakers includes a mix of social media A-listers and rising stars, such as Lele Pons, the World’s No. 1 Vine Personality, as well as top Hispanic marketing agency professionals and brands.
The Second Round of Speakers Include:
Yvonne Guidry of Spoiled Latina, Maya Murillo of Maya in the Moment, Kimberly Stohl of Citizen Relations, Brandelyn Green of Voice of Hair,Brandy Butler of Brandy Butler Online, Marcie Quintana of HispanoEntrepreneur, Sili Recio of My Mamihood, Staci Salazar of 7 On a Shoestring, Colby Shipwash of Days of a Domestic Dad, Amanda Taylor of Las Gringas Blog, Hugo Pérez of Zeno Group, Vianney Rodriguez of Sweet Life Bake, Ana Serafin of Traveling Latina, Yolanda Mason of Savvy Mujer, Jose Resendez of Jose’s Life and FleishmanHillard, Claudia Ahrens-Hernandez of Cafe con Claudia, Jasmin Melendez of Jasmin Makeup, Eric Finkelman of Tiny Horse, Nadia Jones of The Network Niche, Annie Vazquez of The Fashion Poet, Daniela Ramirez of Nany’s Klozet, Monica Benavidez of Monica Wants It, Olga María Czarkowski of Dreams in Heels Blogazine, Kate Ramos of Hola Jalapeno, Nancy Friedman and Rebecca Levey of KidzVuz LLC, Jay Mendoza of Mr. Jay Mendoza, Oscar Miranda of The Oscar Miranda and Lele Pons.
Some key highlights of 2016 Multicultural Creators Showcase and inaugural DiMe Summit Agenda Include:
— CreatorLab: How To Make Videos Like A Boss
— Get Published! How To Write a Book Proposal
— CreatorLab: Photography & Photo Styling Workshop for Influencers
— Create a Life You Love: Vision Board Workshop
— Influencers Unite! How Collaborating Makes Us Stronger
— The Art of the Pitch Workshop + Meet the Media
— En Vivo! How To Use Periscope To Build Your Brand
— CLICK! Secrets to a Prettier & More Engaged Instagram Feed
— Get Creativa with Modern Calligraphy
— The Power of Pinning: How to Drive Traffic and Expand Your Reach on Pinterest
— Business Building: How To Set Rates & Know Your Worth
— State of the Industry: Influencer Town Hall
In addition to the top Hispanic marketing agencies and brands that speak at Hispanicize 2016, digital influencers will also hear from more than 65 top multicultural creators, bloggers, and influencers in 35+ sessions.
Business Building and Monetization Workshops and Sessions include:
— Easy Ways Influencers Can Make Money with Affiliate Marketing
— Turn Your Pictures into Profits: The Secret to Monetizing Your Instagram Account
— Effective Email Marketing Tips for Bloggers & Brands
— How To Break Into the Travel Blogging Industry
— Learn from the Pros! Take Your Influencer Platform to the Next Level
— The Power of Pinning: How to Drive Traffic and Expand Your Reach on Pinterest (En Español)
How-To Content Creation Workshops and Sessions include:
— How To Successfully Rebrand Your Influencer Platform
— 15 Seconds or Less! Create Engaging & Shareable Short Form Videos
— YouNow vs. SnapChat: A Creators Guide
— The Best New Old Thing: How To Launch a Successful Podcast
— Engagement is Everything! Simple Ways to Increase Facebook Likes, Comments & Shares
— Leveraging Our Multicultural Influence for Commerce, Justice, and Social Good
— All in the Famiia: Building the Next Generation of Influencers
Influencer-to-Brands Sessions include:
— The Epic Boom of Travel Influencer Media
— The Evolution of the Mighty Latina Mom Influencer
— Creator Hub: Working with Top YouTubers & Creators
— Move Over Millennials: Meet the Gen Z Creators
— Broadcast Yourself(ie): How Influencers Are Helping Brands Win On Periscope & Live Streaming Platforms
— Beauty and the Brand: How Influencer Media is Transforming the Beauty Industry
— Rules of Engagement: How To Use Influencer Media To Reach Latino Millennials
— Que Rico! The Power of Hispanic Food Influencer Marketing
— Anatomy of Social Brand Campaigns
— Meet the Texas Influencers
— That’s So Funny! When Comedy Influencers & Brands Collaborate
— The Latin America Effect: How Latam Influencers Are Integrating Into the U.S. Hispanic Market
— Understanding the New, 2016 FTC Disclosure Rules
— State of the Industry Town Hall: Where Are We and Where Are We Going
The Inaugural DiMe Summit: This intimate, influencers-only day of in-depth workshops, sessions, inspirational talks, and VIP content will kick off Hispanicize Week April 4th. This intimate, influencers-only day of in-depth workshops, sessions, inspirational talks, and VIP content will feature speakers and content for advanced and intermediate Latino and multicultural digital influencers.
Breakfast, lunch and post-event cocktail receptions will be among the prized networking opportunities uniting the limited number of attendees that will be capped at 250 and restricted to influencers who have consistently been creating content. Attendees of DiMe Summit will receive automatic admission to the rest of Hispanicize 2016 but only sponsors of DiMe Summit will be allowed to assist the private program.
The presenting sponsor of Hispanicize 2016 is Prudential Finanical. Other sponsors include: Wells Fargo, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, Comcast, MSNBC and NBC News, Pinterest, Alma, República, Sensis, Kelley Blue Book, Savings.com, BTL Network, Paco Collective, BodenPR and Newlink Americas. Numerous other consumer, food and marketing brands will soon be revealed.
Now in its seventh year, Hispanicize 2016 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (#Hispanicize16) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship. Hispanicize 2016 is expected to gather more than 3,000 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of digital content creation, journalism, music, marketing, film and business over five days. The event will take place in downtown Miami’s InterContinental hotel, April 4-8, 2016.
The Hispanicize 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.