AEF 2010 Annual Symposium
Advertising and the Asian American Community: Capture a Market Opportunity brings together leading marketing/advertising executives and academics to raise awareness, understanding and importance of the as-yet largely untapped opportunity the Asian American community represents for our industry. Throughout the day, we will review case histories of in-market learning as well as personal stories about immigrant consumer experiences, and participate in an honest, lively discussion about how to move forward – with a not-to-be-missed keynote presentation by Neil Golden, CMO, McDonald’s USA.
The core mission of the AEF is to be the industry’s provider and distributor of educational content that enhances the discourse for a better understanding of advertising’s role in culture, society and the economy. Acknowledging this mission, the AEF seeks to proactively shine the spotlight on diverse populations of consumers in the U.S. by providing a platform for open, unbiased discussion between industry and academia.
Date/Time: Friday, March 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Central Time
Venue: Leo Burnett, 35 West Wacker Drive, Burnett Room – 21st Floor, Chicago, IL
Admission (includes continental breakfast and boxed lunch): $100 cash or check only
Students and Professors with current university ID admitted free
Paula Alex, John Sheehy, Nita Song
Jon Yokogawa, Nita Song, Janice Spector,
AEF Panel Discussion
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