Hispanicize HX, the regional Latino influencers events platform of the annual Hispanicize event, will land in Atlanta this Friday as part of a special edition HX red carpet event that officially kicks off the Georgia Latino Film Festival (http://www.Georgialatinofilmfestival.org). The reception will be held at the Georgia Pacific Conference Center in Atlanta, 133 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 from October 11th 2013 from 7 to 10 p.m.
“Our HX events will bring greater media, social media and marketing recognition to talented presenters and Latino music artists that deserve to be better known”
Title sponsored by PM Publicidad, one of Atlanta’s leading Hispanic marketing agencies, this reception will gather the city’s top Latino influencers in journalism, blogging, marketing, technology and entertainment with “TED Talks”-type presentations, networking and a musical performance. HX Atlanta keynote speakers include Rick Najera, Legendary Mexican Director Felipe Casalz, OVNLatino’s Superstar Chef Raul, Georgia Latino Film Festival Founder Jose Marquez and Shooting Star Salesman’s director Kico Velarde.
TO RSVP for Hispanicize HX Atlanta click here: https://hispanicizehxatlanta.eventbrite.com
HX Atlanta media partners include Hispanicize Wire, OVN Latino, Being Latino and Sofrito for Your Soul.
The event culminates with high caliber networking and a live musical performance by OVNLatino host and singer songwriter Seich. For more info on Seich
“Our HX events will bring greater media, social media and marketing recognition to talented presenters and Latino music artists that deserve to be better known,” said Manny Ruiz, founder of the Hispanicize platforms that include the Hispanicize event, Hispanicize Wire and Hispanicize digital. “Through the HX events and our Hispanicize Wire press release distribution platform we will change the game for influential thought leaders and Latin music artists.”
This year’s Georgia Latino Film Festival is being sponsored by PMPublicidad, Coca-Cola, Georgia Pacific, AeroMexico, OvnLatino, Hispanicize Wire, Univision, Telemundo, Mundo Hispanico, SBC, Mi Amiga Magazine, InTouch Financials, Pase La Voz and Verizon.
“For the Georgia Latino Film Festival it is a great opportunity for our Georgia Film community to come together with the Hispanicize network”, said Jose Marquez, CEO of Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology and Executive Director of Georgia Latino Film Festival. “Hispanicize is helping lead the way to a better understanding of Latino media and the arts. Through this partnership the Georgia Latino Film Festivals continues to grow and to be a place where careers are born; where we leverage our collective voice and resources to empower our community.”