DALLAS, Jan. 25, 2023 -- Media Culture, an independent brand performance agency, today announced the appointment ofEurekaVanterpoolto lead a newly created Multicultural Marketing practice with the goal of helping brands drive meaningful business growth among various segments, including Hispanic, Black, Asian, LGBTQ+, and People with Disabilities.
Vanterpool, a 20+-year marketing veteran originally fromNew York, NY, will be responsible for helping brands develop culturally relevant media strategies to engage multicultural audiences.
Prior to joiningMedia Culturein 2020 as VP of Agency Operations,Eurekawas a media, marketing, and management professional with expertise across a variety of media disciplines including, research, media planning and buying, analytics, and campaign optimization.Vanterpoolwill report toChristena Garduno,Media Culture'sChief Executive Officer.
"I'm thrilled to haveEurekalead this initiative for the agency," saidGarduno. "The creation of this role is a reflection ofMedia Culture'scommitment to diversity and inclusion as well as a means to help our clients communicate with multicultural audiences in a meaningful way."
"Thirty-five percent of the buying power in the U.S. belongs to multicultural consumers," saidVanterpool. "However, only 5 percent of marketing spend targets the multicultural segment."
According toVanterpool, this discrepancy presents a significant opportunity. "The growth opportunity for brands should be driven by their ability to effectively engage with their multicultural customers," saidVanterpool. "We are committed to helping our clients achieve culturally relevant strategies that reflect the nation's diversity."
Since its founding in 1995,Media Culture– formerly known as Koeppel Direct – has existed at the forefront of change in the performance marketing industry. And as technology and media consumption has evolved, so has its capabilities.Media Culturehas developed leading analytic capabilities, expanded its proven, nimble brand response and demand generation approaches across a variety of channels, and built a track record of success. Through it all,Media Culture'sclients have remained priority number one.
New practice will focus on helping brands drive meaningful business growth among multicultural audiences.
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