Last year I posted a blog on brand activism, the breakthrough concept in marketing management. My position as a public sector and non-profit marketer was that this was clearly going to be a big opportunity for non-profits and governments with major causes who are looking to partner with the private sector.
I also mentioned in my blog, that brand activism was going to grow because the millennial generation who live in a world filled with constant problems – air pollution, bad drinking water, crimes. Many would like brands to show concern not just for profits but for the communities they serve, and the world we live in. In fact, more and more millennials are yearning for jobs that have a higher meaning than profit-making.
Continue reading “Brand Activism the Breakthrough Concept in Marketing Revisited”
Many organizations spend a lot of time and energy building strong brands —but they often fall short when it comes to strengthening their employer reputation.
“Employer branding” is no longer simply a concern for recruitment marketing; it is also a key component of effective organizational leadership. If organizations can’t attract, engage, and retain the right talent, they’re unlikely to achieve their goals and objectives. Continue reading “Employer Branding: Putting Money in the “Trust Bank””
Well here it comes brand activism the breakthrough concept in marketing management. This is clearly going to be a big opportunity for nonprofits and governments with major causes who are looking to partner with the private sector.
Historically, most brands have been marketed on their performance characteristics. “Our toothpaste is better than yours.” We’re better at “whitening teeth,” “preventing cavities,” or giving you “fresh breath.” Positioning is the name of the game in brand marketing. Continue reading “Brand Activism … Big Opportunity for Non-Profits”