Daisy Exposito-Ulla

 

story BY: JOSEPH TREVINO

 
 

With a $1.3 trillion purchasing power, U.S. Latinos rank among the top 15 global economies, an impressive powerhouse any way you look at it.

Daisy Expósito-Ulla foresaw that seismic shift in U.S. demographics long before the “Latino

Boom” exploded into the American firmament in the late 1990s. What the seasoned advertising director saw was this: “Latinos are the new American consumer and for this demographic you need the new American agency.”

Thus the advent of d Expósito & Partners, a marketing and advertising agency geared toward being Hispanic centered at the core, according to Expósito-Ulla. The Latino market is growing and consuming more goods, including fast food and beverages at all levels, from the vaunted millennials – the young group courted by just about everyone these days – to older generations, she adds.

Based in New York, the firm is headed by Expósito-Ulla, who has a long history of spearheading marketing projects toward the Latino consumer that date back to the mid-1970s. Made up of seasoned professionals (including her husband, Jorge Ulla) and younger and creative people, her staff is looking to offer its clients a door into the Hispanic market at all levels

She is succeeding. The agency’s goal is to reach not only the new target of most agencies looking to reach the Latino market, bilingual Hispanics, but the Spanish-speaking ones and the more assimilated as well.

Her clients include, among others, big names like McDonald’s and Marie Callender’s, Slim Jim, Tajin and AARP, the non-profit advocacy organization for people over 50.

 

 

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