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NEW YORK, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Strategic Research Institute New York announces its Multicultural Pharmaceutical Marketing & PR conference on June 25-26, 2001 in Princeton, New Jersey. The program features major companies like Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson who will discuss their growing interest in marketing to multicultural populations. Dr. Jeff Humphreys, Selig Center for Economic Growth will open the conference with an updated analysis of the "buying power of minority populations" in the 21st century. At this conference, marketers will meet several leading experts in multicultural marketing and also meet with media representatives. The luncheon on June 25th is being sponsored by Spanish radio supremo, Radio Unica. For details visit or send email to Phones 1-212-967-0095x252.

Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS affect many minority populations disproportionately and drug marketers need to look at the many ethnic media channels, direct marketing tools and customer relationship building tools that are successfully employed by other industries. With the sweeping demographic changes that are taking place, it has become imperative for pharmaceutical companies to invest in multicultural marketing and community relationship building strategies.

Companies in attendance, include, Prevention, Reader's Digest, HealthQuest, Univision, Eli Lilly, Imada Wong Communications Group and more. Contact Rupa Ranganathan, Ethnic Strategist at 212-967-0095, ext. 252 or call 800-599-4950, ext. 252 or e-mail

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