The convergence of brand purpose and data ethics

Outlines the six ways to effectively blend brand purpose and data ethics.

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The last decade has seen mounting consumer demand for brands to deliver greater transparency and societal value throughout their businesses. CSR has shifted from a siloed activity to being seamlessly integrated into brand comms, largely driven by stakeholder demand. Consumers want brands to act with purpose and deliver positive social change for a better world. Brands that are doing this effectively are exceeding marketing KPIs, outperforming their competitors and generating triple bottom...

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