LATINO DATA COLLABORATIVE
Independently Funded Research and Analysis on the Economic Impact of U.S. Latinos
THE LATINO DATA COLLABORATIVE is a distinguished think tank established by the LATINO DONOR COLLABORATIVE, committed to producing independently funded research and analysis that showcases the economic contributions and value of U.S. Latinos. Our team of experts, in collaboration with renowned institutions, business leaders, and other stakeholders, is committed to deliver trusted insights that inform policy decisions and empower economic growth. We provide fact-based analysis of data produced through rigorous research methods to deliver the highest quality insights. We are proud to partner with a variety of institutions to ensure that our research represents the real story of the Latino impact on the United States today and since its inception. Join us by downloading our reports, getting to know more about the strength and resilience of the Latino community, and spreading the word. Discover how our independently funded research can inform and transform economic, business and policy decisions to drive lasting success.
Ten years ago, wide-ranging LDC industry titans detected the need for more fact-based data on the emergence of the New Mainstream Economy — powered by U.S. Latino consumers, entrepreneurs, and workers making an outsized contribution to the nation’s economic growth. So, the LDC did something that had never been done before: invest in evidence-based economic research to elevate the national dialogue and maximize results in all industries.
Today, the LDC/Latino Data Collaborative has become the foundation of any conversation about U.S. Latinos as economic catalyzers and their importance as the fastest growing cohort in the nation.
To date, the LDC has developed more than forty-eight original reports and research pieces that highlight the economic impact of U.S. Latinos across all industries and levels. To this end, we have partnered with some of the most reputable academic and think tank leaders such as Stanford, UCLA, Columbia University, University of Notre Dame, Accenture, Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, Nielsen, NERA, Hill & Knowlton, to name a few. Our research leads to new ideas on stimulating the economy, influences the way significant corporations engage with U.S. Latinos, and ultimately, provides the foundation for a fact-based narrative of U.S. Latinos, which empowers planning and resource allocation at all levels.