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Not All Brands are the Jordan Brand

Being socially conscious and outspoken, and taking on publicized “activism” roles, is no longer something a brand can afford NOT doing

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Between the Mouse and the White House: Marketing Lessons from Disney and Washington

It's never too late to do the right thing. But it's never too early, either

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Fighting Food Waste During a Pandemic

This innovative startup from the U.K. is on a mission to fight food waste

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The Return of the Bronco Airs on Disney

The lockdown measures in place under COVID-19 have presented new challenges for traditional commercials

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Keeping the Person In Personalized Online

See how Currys PC World gets extra creative to keep things personal amid the ongoing pandemic

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Can You Trust Walgreens Basic CRM Tactics?

Trusted since 1901 – but are they following the seven commandments for CRM in a post-corona world?

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Your Brand Should Be Making Its Way to the Drive-Thru Trend

With so many services being served through your car window, this is one trend you should think about steering your brand toward

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Watch Parties Become a Selling Point for Streaming Services

Connecting online while watching a show or movie adds a social component to an otherwise socially distanced activity

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Facebook’s Loss Is Whose Gain?

The #StopHateforProfit campaign has turned up the pressure for marketers to reconsider their support of the platform

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Welcome to the “Don’t Touch My Food Era!”

Amidst the chaos and post-coronavirus, food retailers need to rethink how they serve you

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How Will the Facebook Boycott Impact SMBs?

While no one is predicting major brands’ pulled ad budgets will destroy FB, some see how it might be hard for smaller advertisers to join

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