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Social-Impact Branding Isn’t Going Anywhere This Year–And Neither Are The Gaffes

The year has only just begun and H&M has already inadvertently inaugurated the “biggest brand fails of 2018” list. Having released–and then quickly pulled–a product photograph depicting a young black child wearing a “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” sweatshirt, the company was attacked for being insensitive, offensive, and, to some, racist.

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On Purpose and Profit: The Business Case for Social Impact Branding

Airlines may wince at the thought of taking a stand on a divisive issue, but they’re realizing that it doesn’t pay to keep quiet anymore either.

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Is a stronger social mission what Apple is missing?

After its announcement that it’s now using 100% renewable energy, can the company go further in instilling values into its mission?

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The Say/Do Gap of Conscious Consumerism

As norms change and the desire to fit in and look good increases, the “say/do” gap tends to be larger than one admits.

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How To Take Giving Tuesday To The Next Level

What once was an antidote to consumerism has become an overly simple way to offset holiday excess. It's time for a refresh.

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How #KissAndMakeup Misses The Mark On Solving Cyber Bullying

A makeup company's hashtag campaign has good intentions, but fails to create real change.

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Why Embracing Profitable Good—Not CSR—Will Help You Stay Ahead

Three reasons to adopt a new approach to balancing your business interests and social impact.

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Do it like Sir Richard. The gutsy, entrepreneurial approach to profit and purpose.

If there’s one thing you take away from this article it’s this: Have the courage to be bold and have fun when making money and doing good.

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The Myths of Conscious Consumerism

It would seem we can’t go a week these days without seeing a new brand campaign using social purpose to help sell a product.

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3 Lessons in Innovation Every Organization can Learn From (RED)

On the 10th anniversary of the founding of the consumer-goods-for-AIDS-relief organization that’s raised $350 million, a look back at what’s worked.

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