Audiences who read formal CSR reports are not concerned with the touching, human-interest stories.
An absence of management urgency, a lack of buy-in from management and costs were identified as the three principle barriers faced by forward-thinking marketers.
Big brands might be able to afford more advertising, but the most powerful advertising can’t be bought at all – it has to be grown.
When a U.S. President can impact stock valuation and sway public dialogue in just 140 characters, what’s a brand to do?
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Consumers need to be reassured that their purchases are part of a larger solution. They don’t want to feel like they’re fighting a losing battle or that they are the only ones making sacrifices.