Marketing from L.A. to L.A.
Laston Charriez, Director, Procter and Gamble North American Marketing
February 7, 2007
Laston Charriez, Director for Procter & Gamble’s Marketing Organization in North America, is responsible for developing and executing marketing training, recruiting and career pathing in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Laston’s group oversees the development of new marketing knowledge and execution of marketing training for all of the almost 1,300 marketers in North America.
For the last 5 years Laston has overseen the management of P&G’s business in the U.S. Hispanic and African American markets from Procter & Gamble’s Puerto Rico office. Laston started the pilot program that led to the creation of the Multi-Cultural Division and he led the Paper Brands for this Division for 3 years (Pampers, Always, Charmin and Bounty).
You are invited to come hear Laston speak about his expertise with Latin American demographics and the stories behind some successful and not-so-successful P&G launches in Latin America. He brings it home to Los Angeles with a discussion on the US Hispanic Market and how P&G has successfully grown
Date: February 7, 2007
Time: Networking and Dinner 5:45 pm. Speaker starts at 7 pm.
Location: Sinclair College, The Ponitz Center Great Hall (Building 12) (View Map) (View Directions)
Parking: Available in Lot A on West Fifth Street, follow the walkway on the second level to Building 12
Cost: Members $22, Non-members and Guests $36, Students $10
Registration: Click here* to register! Registration deadline is Noon, Friday, February 2, 2007
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This coming Monday - January 22nd - I will be appearing on the local morning television news program of ABC 22 and Fox 45, Dayton. I’m scheduled to appear at around 7:40 AM. I will be presenting a print of my award-winning wildlife photograph that was recently published in National Wildlife and Nature’s Best magazines as well as being part of the current Nature’s Best show at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C.
I will also be showing some other large display prints from my work in nature, landscape and wildlife photography and sharing a few tips on nature photography in general. Hopefully I will also be able get a plug in for my commercial and studio photography services. In a market like Dayton, being labeled as just a nature photographer has created far more challenges than opportunities. I just need to think of a way to communicate the fact that Picture Ohio is indeed a full-service photography studio.