Posted by Elena del Valle on July 25, 2007
By Terry J. Soto
President and CEO, About Marketing Solutions Inc.
Terry J. Soto, president and CEO, About Marketing Solutions
Photo: Terry J. Soto
Managers often perceive that the process of setting Hispanic metrics is different and somehow more challenging than setting metrics for the rest of the organization. I propose that if a Hispanic market strategy has been well-conceived, planned and implemented, and top management answered the following questions at the outset, appropriate metrics become obvious and well-supported.
1. What is the company trying to achieve? The answer to this question should not be as vague as; to penetrate the Hispanic market; to capitalize on the growth of the Hispanic market now and in the future or; to position our company for growth in the future.
“Emotional Branding: How to capture the heart and mind of the Hispanic consumer” audio recording
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