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DiversityInc Webinar: Generations in the Workplace

What are the most critical ways to engage both younger and older workers? What best practices do DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity® utilize to maximize involvement across generations? How important is it to have a generational employee-resource group?
Learn best practices from WellPoint and Toyota Motor North America, Nos. 36 and 46, respectively, on The 2011 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.  Read more >>

Attend or Sponsor the June 21 New York Daily News Multicultural Small Business Conference

Embrace Cultural Diversity at the New York Daily News Multicultural Small Business Conference, June 21

New York is the most diverse city in the world. New York's Hometown Newspaper is embracing its diversity with the Daily News "Your Money" Multicultural Small Business Conference, to be held 8:00-12:30pm on Tuesday, June 21 at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, CUNY's Borough of Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers St., New York City.  Read more >>

GlobalHue Ranked No. 1 Among African-American Advertising Agencies by Advertising Age Magazine

GlobalHue Ranked No. 1 Among African-American Advertising Agencies by Advertising Age Magazine
The multicultural agency moves up to No. 2 spot for Hispanic

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., May 9, 2011 -- In its Agency Report 2011, published on April 25, Advertising Age ranks multicultural advertising agency GlobalHue as the No. 1 African-American agency and the No. 2 Hispanic agency for 2010. While this is the third consecutive year that GlobalHue has placed first on the African-American list, the agency's second place on the Hispanic list is new, up from third place in 2009.  Read more >>

Aol Huffington Post Media Group Makes Key Announcements About Its Multicultural Offerings

Sheila Johnson Joins As Strategic Advisor For Multicultural And African-American Initiatives - Derek Murphy Named General Manager, Multicultural - “Patch Latino” Launches In Southern California By End Of 2011

New York, NY – May 3, 2011 – The AOL Huffington Post Media Group today made three key announcements regarding its multicultural strategy: Sheila C. Johnson will serve as Strategic Advisor for Multicultural and African-American Initiatives; Derek Murphy has been named General Manager, Multicultural; and Patch, the network of over 800 hyperlocal news and information sites dedicated to comprehensive, community-specific coverage, will launch “Patch Latino” to serve communities with large Latino populations.  Read more >>

Deadline is Wednesday, May 11 for Experts to List in MMR's Printed Source Book of Multicultural Experts, 2011/12

New York, NY, May 4, 2011 - Multicultural Marketing Resources, Inc. (MMR) announces the approaching deadline for companies to be included in the upcoming publication of The Source Book of Multicultural Experts, 2011/2012. The Source Book is a unique directory that provides resources for corporate and agency side marketing executives and contacts for journalists. Since our first edition, thousands of copies of The Source Book of Multicultural Experts have been distributed each year, including distribution at key multicultural marketing conferences all year long.   Read more >>

Final Chance to Register: 3AF Asian Marketing Summit, May 12-13

How can you increase your ROI by tapping into a segment that spends an estimated $509 Billion? Join us in Las Vegas where you will find out. Be among the leading authorities in Asian American marketing and advertising and learn from their insights and advice: How can you effectively use social media to reach the Asian American market? How did some of the largest YouTube celebrities turn out to be Asian American? What are the indications and implications of Census 2010 for Asian Americans? Meet Asian American marketers and hear the secrets to their success.  Read more >>

DROZDY Rites of Spring: DrozdyART Show, Drozdy Concert and Phoenix Chamber Ensemble Concert in May in NYC

Under the umbrella of Stravinsky Institute Foundation, the three birds of feather DROZDY, DrozdyART, and Phoenix Chamber Ensemble have been delighting audiences in New York and abroad with best in Syncretic Existential Genre - Fine Art, Classical Music, and Rock by artists who grew up in the Soviet Union and spent at least two decades in the United States.  The synthesis of opposing sensibilities brought forth great works of art for you to contemplate and enjoy.  Read more >>

Kang & Lee Advertising Ranked #1 Asian Multicultural Agency by Advertising Age Magazine

New York City, April 25, 2011- The leading trade publication, Advertising Age, has once again ranked Kang & Lee Advertising as the #1 Asian Multicultural Agency in the United States. The ranking was announced in the magazine's 67th Annual Agency Report issued today. Led by an executive management team including Cynthia Park, President, and Saul Gitlin, EVP, Strategic Services, K&L has been at the forefront of the Asian multicultural marketing and communications industry since the agency's founding in 1985.  Read more >>

Philip Bonnery Joins SCPF as Executive Creative Director

Miami, FL, April 25, 2011 -- SCPF, a creative advertising agency, has hired Philip Bonnery as Executive Creative Director. Based in the agency's Miami office, Bonnery brings with him 15 years of creative experience at top agencies such as Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Modernista!, Wieden + Kennedy, and Crispin Porter + Bogusky, among others. Bonnery is co-ECD with Alberto Jaen who has been with the agency since last June.  Read more >>

E-Tech: National Minority Health Awareness Month

The Census Bureau reports that, by 2050, the United States will have no clear majority population group. Our national tapestry will continue to be woven with diverse cultural, ethnic, and racial threads.

The current minority populations are emerging as the majority. These groups experience poorer disease control and limited health care options. They have the highest rates of disability and premature death. For example, cancer is the second leading cause of death for most racial and ethnic minorities in the United States. It is the number one killer for Asians. African American men are over twice as likely to die from prostate cancer as White men are. Black women are more likely to die of breast cancer than any other group  Hispanic women have the highest incidence rate for cervical cancer.    Read more >>