Pinterest, the visual bookmarking tool that helps people discover and save creative ideas, has entered into a sponsorship with DiMe Media and Hispanicize.
As part of the alliance, Pinterest will host an in-depth workshop for influencers at both the DiMe Summit of Hispanicize 2016 and at Hispanicize itself. A second session tailored to how brands can use Pinterest to target the Hispanic market is also planned.
In addition to the workshops, Pinterest will host an educational, hands-on help display in the main exhibit hall of Hispanicize 2016 (www.HispanicizeEvent.com).
“Pinterest is one of the most useful and truly addictive tools content creators need to leverage,” said Cristy Clavijo-Kish, Co-CEO of DiMe Media. “We’re honored to support Pinterest’s efforts to build strong in-roads with digital influencers and marketers alike.”
Hispanicize 2016, the 7th annual Latino trends and newsmakers event, is scheduled to take place from April 4th thru April 8th in the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami.
(See the Hispanicize 2015 recap video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVG9vBmpJJc)
Hispanicize 2016 is expected to attract more than 3,000 attendees from the fields of social media, journalism, marketing, music, film and entrepreneurship.
To register visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hispanicize-2016-april-4-8th-tickets-17774466909.
The 7th annual event is being held at the InterContinental Miami in downtown Miami.
Reserve your room here.
In addition to Pinterest, as of today announced sponsors of Hispanicize 2016 include Prudential Financial, Wells Fargo, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, Comcast, MSNBC, NBC News, Alma, Sensis and Kelly Blue Book. Numerous other consumer, travel, food and marketing brands will soon be revealed.
Pinterest is a visual bookmarking tool that helps people discover and save creative ideas. Launched in 2010, Pinterest is based in San Francisco, California and available at www.pinterest.com and on iOS and Android.
About DiMe Media
DiMe Media (formerly Latina Mom Bloggers) is a national network of Latina and Latino digital content creators on YouTube, Instagram, Vine, blogs, Facebook and new live-sharing platforms that develop made-to-measure and culturally relevant campaigns that engage today’s multifaceted U.S. Hispanic consumers. The network boasts a solid concentration of leading Latina Mom influencers who share their daily experience raising bilingual, bicultural families in the US. In addition to their influencer network, DiMe produces a national one-day confab for content creators within the annual Hispanicize event called the ¡DiMe! Summit.
DiMe (which translates to “Tell Me”) supports brands in connecting with more than 1,000 carefully vetted Latina and Latino content creators with branded marketing opportunities that produce results-driven programs including brand ambassadorships, branded content development, product reviews, in-market influencer-brand events, Twitter Parties, Instagram sweepstakes, Facebook chats, online media interviews and other custom-built programs.
The company is part of the corporate umbrella group that includes the annual Hispanicize Event, Hispanicize Wire and the Hispanic PR Blog. DiMe’s client roster includes Fortune 500 brands such as Procter & Gamble, Disney Junior, Unilever, Coca-Cola, NFL, Discovery Networks and the Allstate Foundation among others.
Now in its seventh year, Hispanicize 2016 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (#Hispanicize16) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship. Hispanicize 2016 is expected to gather more than 3,000 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of digital content creation, journalism, music, marketing, film and business over five days. The event will take place in downtown Miami’s InterContinental hotel, April 4-8, 2016.
The Hispanicize event is a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, books and more targeting Latinos in the U.S. and/or Puerto Rico.
Contributed: Hispanicize Wire – DiMe Media and Hispanicize Partner with Pinterest