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Sports industry execs feel that the fragmented nature of the Hispanic market and limited expertise are the main challenges that brands and sports properties face in Hispanic marketing, according a Turnkey Sports Poll conducted in June. Forty-five percent of execs polled said they felt a fragmented Hispanic market was the biggest obstacle, while 26% said it was limited expertise. Fifteen percent of respondents said that inadequate marketing dollars were a main challenge. Execs were also asked which pro sport they believed has the most to gain by targeting the Hispanic market, with 35% percent of execs saying MLB and 34% saying MLS (THE DAILY).Which of the following do you think is the main challenge that
brands and sports properties face in Hispanic marketing?
RESPONSE% Fragmented nature of Hispanic market45% Limited expertise26% Inadequate marketing dollars15% Language barriers6% Not sure/no response8%Which pro sport do you believe has the most to gain
by targeting the Hispanic market?
LEAGUE/SPORT% MLB35% MLS34% NFL8% UFC8% NASCAR Sprint Cup Series5% NBA5% Professional golf1% NHL0% Izod IndyCar Series0% Professional tennis0% Not sure/no response4%