PR Best Practices and Nation’s Biggest Names in Hispanic Marketing to Take Center Stage at Hispanicize 2011
– Conference agenda now features 30 sessions and more than 80 speakers
– PR agenda will include unprecedented marketing boot camp training for non-profits serving Latino communities
LOS ANGELES – Best practice case studies in Hispanic PR and an unprecedented marketing boot camp for non-profits serving Latinos are among the PR session highlights unveiled today for Hispanicize 2011, the Second Annual Hispanic PR & Social Media Conference, April 6-8 in Hollywood, CA.
The conference now features more than 30 sessions and 80 speakers over three full days. Hispanicize 2011 is a partnership of the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA), Hispanicize and the Hispanic PR Blog. Association partners include the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
(See most recent conference agenda here).
“Our agenda is the most remarkable professional development training ever assembled for marketing pros focused on Hispanic public relations and social media,” said Lourdes Rodriguez, president of HPRA’s Los Angeles chapter.
The conference will take place at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa next door to the world famous Kodak Theater and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.