Hispanicize 2012 Wrapup – DK’s Thoughts on a Grand Latino Leadership Conference

The DK leadership team, Natasha Pongonis and Eric Diaz, just got back from Hispanicize 2012 and really were amazed by the overall experience.  Here they want to share a few thoughts from their team that other marketers and bloggers may consider for their future conference decisions.  To view all their photos from the Hispanicize conference check out the DK Facebook page.

Bloggers in Force!

There were many, many Latina bloggers at the conference.  DK works with many bloggers on brand messaging, so to have a chance to meet and socialize with them is really a great opportunity.  Many blogging favorites were there including Jeannette Kaplun of Todobebe, Romina Tibytt of Mama XXI, and Alexandra Morbitzer of Fit Latina.  It was also great to spend some time with some of the amazing cause bloggers such as Laurita Tellado of Holdin’ out for a Hero, fashion bloggers including Mercedes Sanchez of Be Chic Magazine, and food bloggers like Nicole Presley of Presleys Pantry.

Read the entire story on the Social Media Spanish blog.

Hispanicize party held at a mansion on the bay

Hispanicize party held at a mansion on the bay

About Eric Diaz

ERIC DIAZ is Co Owner of Nativa, a multicultural communications agency that focuses on the Hispanic market through digital communications, online advertising and culturally relevant content creation.

In 2013, Eric founded Coworking on 15th Ave in central Phoenix. Tired of renting from lackluster office buildings, Eric decided to create the type of environment he would want to work in which allows an entrepreneur to work hard, collaborate with others, and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

Eric has worn many hats throughout his professional career. He spent parts of 2007 and 2008 in Shanghai, China’s economic capital, serving an important supply chain development role for Staples, Inc., a Fortune 500 retailer constructing a modern and efficient warehouse to help support the exponential company growth in the region. Additionally, as part of his Masters program Eric designed and executed a research study on the cultural influences and business activities within the Shanghai region contributing to its hyper-economic growth.

  • http://bechicmag.com Mercedes S.

    Fun! Thanks for including BeChicMag.com in your post :)