Infórmate DFW promotes and encourages the advancement of the Hispanic community, bringing the stories of those exemplary Latinos, who are making a difference in the community.
Behind our sleek covers, we offer information on local events and the latest on lifestyle, health, enterprise, education, resources, culture and arts.
Infórmate DFW is the most trusted publishing resource of the DFW affluent, educated, and professional Hispanics. Designed to deliver its advertisers a readership that is active, motivated, and significant, who expend heavy financial dollars through both their personal and business assets. Distributed strategically throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area and accessible online.
Infórmate DFW additionally sponsors and participates in many different outreach opportunities. Involvement includes, but is not limited to, alliances with companies and organizations, such as DFW Hispanic chambers of commerce and LULAC councils, Social-Latino monthly mixers, the Dallas International Film Festival, the Dallas International Annual Book Fair St. Jude Hospital’s “Noche de Esperanza” Annual Gala, and many other recurring networkers, conferences, conventions, festivals, community fairs and expos.
Infórmate DFW online and social media have been designed to connect at all times with our audience. We wish to meet the needs of our local and national audience by bringing them the latest on trends and resources in the DFW area on lifestyle, education, enterprise, technology, and arts.
Our ability to reach our community defines our success, which is why we’ve gone beyond our pages and are now connecting through business networkers. Our networkers are meant to gather an exclusive group of people, who can exchange ideas, build relationships and grow their business and increase our sponsors and advertisers’ visibility within the community. Our networkers also provide an opportunity for us to celebrate the cover personality, and to highlight the achievements of our Latinos.
Advertise with Us
The majority of advertising agencies don’t understand Latin culture, preferences, customs, etc., and therefore cannot engage with Hispanics like we can.
Staying open to diversity and expanding your business reach will open the door to new opportunities.
Do not ignore the fact that Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic in the United States. We all need to participate in this thriving and robust culture which will bring change and growth to us all.