17 Sep 2021 | Mike Boland
AWE Talks: The Hispanic Community's Role in XR
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Welcome back to AWE Talks, our series that plucks the greatest hits from the vast AWE conference archive. To get the juices flowing for AWE USA 2021, we're highlighting insightful videos from the recent past. 

This week, AWE is honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month throughout its market coverage and communications. To that end, our selected video clip is an insightful talk from VR Americas LLC Co-Founder & CEO Rosario B. Casas.
Entitled The Hispanic Promise as a Big Opportunity for Exponential Technologies, Casas' talk makes a strong argument for the Hispanic community's valued contribution to the world of XR.

See the full video below along with TLDR (or TLDW) quick-hit takeaways.

-- Corporations and tech companies should consider the Hispanic community as a critical talent source.
-- Hispanics account for more than 18.1% of the U.S. population, $2.13 trillion of GDP, and 46% of employment growth.
-- Utilizing and valuing Hispanic talent is good business for companies interested in producing and using exponential technologies.
-- This not only supports moral and ethically-driven diversity and inclusion goals but it positively impacts the bottom line.
-- Unique perspectives from Hispanic individuals can lead to a diversity of ideas that impact product development.

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