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May 23rd – May 24th
Japanese American National Museum
Save the Date! Live and In Person!
3AF 2023 Asian Marketing Summit
Los Angeles, CA
It’s been three long years of virtual gatherings, and the 3AF is proud to present the annual 3AF 2023 Asian Marketing Summit, live and in person!
We’ve chosen a great venue in the heart of Little Toyko, Los Angeles, CA. We will have the same great content we’re known for (largest national conference focusing on the power of the Asian American consumer) where ALL sessions will tie back to Asian marketing and advertising. Best of all, our in- person venue will allow for some fun networking activities and full immersion of the vibrant community around us. Meet, network. and engage with Asian marketing industry experts, influencers and marketers. Attendees will better understand how to capture and leverage ROI in the critical Asian marketing segment. The Summit will also include the industry’s only Asian Marketing Boot Camp designed for those new to Asian marketing or for those who want a refresher course on the critical basics.
Whether you’re tapping this affluent segment for growth, trying to obtain insights for accurate portrayal of the Asian consumer in your inclusive advertising campaign, understanding the Asian media landscape to optimize your media buy or trying to engage Asian employees within your company, this is THE conference that you can’t miss!
About Our Venue
The Japanese American National Museum (JANM) was founded to preserve and share the history of Japanese Americans. Its mission is to enhance appreciation for America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by documenting the stories of Americans of Japanese ancestry.
It’s been 81 years since more than 125,000 people of Japanese ancestry living in the United States were ordered into internment camps during World War II (Executive Order 9066). As we reflect on this shameful chapter of our country’s history, it’s important to note that JANM sits on the very site where many Japanese Americans were put on buses, headed to the camps.
Sadly, there are only three remaining Japantowns left in the United States, as many have faced issues such as commercialization, reconstruction, gentrification and dwindling Japanese populations.
As we celebrate being back in person, we are proud to spotlight this vibrant Asian American community and its historical significance at this year’s 3AF Asian Marketing Summit.
Japanese American National Museum, 100 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
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