A subtle example companies should strive for
Aguirre said the best ad he’s seen was from Wells Fargo in 2013 [developed by Acento]. It was simple: A young woman walks into a welcoming home filled with family members, excited about her first paycheck. The young woman and her family speak primarily in English with certain words and phrases in Spanish, which is common in Hispanic and Latino homes across the U.S., Aguirre said.
Little things matter, like the warm feeling of the kitchen in the commercial, which made the home more relatable to the target audience. “It was clever, it was simple … and they hit all of the cultural tones,” Aguirre said.
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