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Latinx Identity and the Impact on Marketing

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320 North Morgan Street

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Chicago, IL 60607

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Join us for a conversation about Latinx identity and what marketers must know.

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What does the word Latinx mean to you? How do we address generational and regional differences among the largest ethnic or racial minority (59 million and growing) in the United States? Join us as we chat about the rich and nuanced ways that our Latinx community is influencing every aspect of culture — and our marketing business. We will bring together Chicago professionals that have over 12+ years of experience in marketing communications and tech to share their lived experiences and how Latinx culture has shaped our industry.

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Our Mission: Create a space where we can provide a better understanding about the Latinx experience by having authentic conversations about the impact it has to our marketing business.

Co-hosted by Google HOLA: HOLA is a community of Googlers who pursue their passions with an intention of making an impact on the Latinx community. A community of Googlers who see the power of technology and who want to increase the connection between Google and historically under-served communities.

Who Should Attend: Allies and fellow Chicago marketers in digital (client, agency, partners)

Please RSVP by 9/16 to be added to the guest list. RSVP's will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be capped.

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  • 6:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Mingle + Snacks + Beverages
  • 6:30 p.m. Welcome Message
  • 6:40 pm. Fireside Chat Starts
  • 7:30 p.m. Q & A
  • 8:00 p.m. Event ends

Argelia Martinez, Hauswirth/Co

Alex Barillas, Formerly at Univision

Johanna Lara, Google

Leo Londoño, Reddit

David Salinas, Ninth Decimal

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