Ahora Advertising – Is your multicultural marketing plan generating the desired results? Ahora advertising can help you

HOUSTON, TX/ACCESSWIRE/April 28, 2022/ Ahora Advertising is a new boutique, full-service marketing agency, positioned to help businesses reach and serve Hispanic and other multicultural consumers. The Hispanic and Latino population of the United States grew by 23% between 2010 and 2020, far exceeding the country’s population growth of 7% over the same period.

(1) Located in Texas, where one-third of all residents are Hispanic or Latino, Ahora Advertising sees this burgeoning population segment with over $2 trillion in consumer spending power as a tremendous opportunity sales and growth.

(2) Ahora Advertising was created by The Moran Group, another full-service agency that for 4 decades has been helping its national clientele drive growth through innovative technology in digital and traditional advertising, as well as non-traditional initiatives. such as on-site activation and use of influencers locally, nationally and nationally.

“As a Texas Hispanic company supported by Spanish-speaking employees, we bring a unique perspective to marketing that is critical for this segment and will continue to grow,” said Pamela Aravena LeJeune, Managing Partner. “As marketing technology advances and evolves, we are now able to reach specific audiences across many different devices and channels at highly cost-effective levels, making campaigns accessible to almost any business, regardless of their marketing budget. We take an “audience first” approach when developing our advertising strategies, which allows us to reduce waste and tailor our campaigns to achieve specific goals and objectives.

For more information:

Pamela Aravena LeJeune
[email protected]

(1) https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2022/02/03/us-hispanic-populati on-continued-its-geographic-spread-in-the-2010s/
(2) https://claritas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Claritas-Hispanic-American-Market-Report-Release.pdf

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