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Can Child-Like Wonder Sell Sustainable Solutions? Audi thinks so.

There’s something so comforting and relatable about a child’s imagination. To fill the void brought on by adulthood, I find myself searching for that magical feeling through experiences, books, films, and art. 875 more words

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Toyota is on the Move

“Increasing physical mobility can lead to upward social mobility.” I’m paraphrasing, but this statement blew my mind. I heard it from Doug Moore, the Director of Technology for Human Support at Toyota at the Net Impact conference in Atlanta. 566 more words

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The Path to a Powerful Cause Marketing Campaign

Times are a-changin’. No longer can a company skirt around their moral code. More and more, customers are demanding products and services that serve a greater moral purpose or stand for something good. 865 more words

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Change (then Tell).

If you’re already into the cause marketing space, the fact that I featured the above image may annoy you. “Why am I even here if she insists on featuring such overused cliched examples,” you say. 560 more words

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6 elements of a killer CSR report

Disclosure is so hot rn. According to a 2015 Deloitte report, more and more companies are voluntarily reporting on non-financial figures year over year. They see it as an opportunity to promote transparency, celebrate wins and show progress against environmental and social goals. 901 more words

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Cards Against Humanity FTW (F*ck the wall)

I wish I could kiss Cards Against Humanity (CAH) on the mouth. This stunt , buying a piece of land to block Trump’s border wall, is a part of their annual holiday campaign that asks people to give them $15 for gifts throughout the holiday season. 285 more words

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We've Moved Forward

Thank you to everyone who has supported this blog in the passed few years. My name is Katie and I’ve been on a mission to consciously craft my life–if you’re reading this blog, I’m assuming that you are too. 195 more words