DATOS Overview 2022-2023: The State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market
- June 8, 2023
- 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
- Better Business Bureau 1010 E Missouri Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85014 or a Webinar Online at Zoom
JOIN US FOR THIS HYBRID EVENT, BOTH IN-PERSON OR AN ONLINE WEBINAR.
Learn how you can capitalize on one of Arizona’s fastest growing markets.
Did you know — The GDP of the U.S. Latino market is growing at an astonishing 8.6%. That’s faster than the GDPs of China and India!
The potential this population holds for businesses creates a critical opportunity for marketers. And you can learn how to tap into it at our next AMA Phoenix event.
Join Monica Villalobos, President and CEO of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, for an insightful look into the latest DATOS research. This report features data and analysis on a broad range of issues and trends, and how they impact the Latino and non-Latino communities statewide, including:
• Small business ownership and business growth
• Demographics and population growth
• Economic impact and opportunity
Is this presentation for you?
This presentation is perfect for marketing professionals a corporate or consulting role, business owners, and business professionals who are responsible for developing marketing strategy. Specifically, offering a greater understanding of trends among the Latino and non-Latino communities that influence our respective markets and customers.
AMA Members and AZHCC Members: $20 (for in-person event or online webinar)
Nonmembers: $30 (for in-person event or online webinar)
About the Speaker:
Monica Villalobos’s background and experience as a corporate marketing executive and entrepreneur made her an ideal choice to lead the Arizona Hispanic Chamber. She was named President and CEO in late 2019 after serving as its Vice-President and Foundation Executive Director for seven years. In her current role, she’s responsible for the strategic growth initiatives of the chamber.
Monica also is the operator of the Arizona Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Business Center, the Native American Business and Economic Development Center (NABEDC), and Ascend Phoenix funded by JP Morgan Chase Foundation. She’s been Editor-In-Chief of 23 research publications over the last 10 years including the annual DATOS: State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market (2012-2020), DATOS Tucson (2012- 2015), Minority-, Women-, Hispanic-, Family-owned Business Enterprise Reports (2012- 2013, 2022) and the AZ Supplier Diversity (2012), Employee Resource Group (2013), Sustainability (2014), Global Trade (2015), Minority Business Economic Indicator (2017-18) and Diversity & Inclusion (2021) Best Practices white paper series.
The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (AZHCC) promotes the success of Hispanic-owned and small businesses by facilitating business relationships, economic development and sharing of knowledge for the benefit of the State of Arizona and the growth and success of the members of the Chamber.