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Key reading


The big ideal: How brands benefit from having a purpose

Jim Stengel, former global marketing officer for Procter & Gamble, argues that a purpose that goes beyond the benefit of the service or product itself is one of the most valuable qualities a brand can have.

Why purpose-driven brands need 3D thinking

An Admap Prize-winning essay on how businesses can maximise profits and be a force for social good.

How brand purpose drives customer experience

Brands need to stand up, stand out and stand firm to become truly purposeful.

Best practice: Green marketing

This Best Practice paper outlines three strategies for brand sustainability messaging.

How brand purpose leads to sustainable growth

What brand purpose is, and how a business should go about creating purpose.

Latest articles

The power of storytelling: how Philips rebranded as a health business

This event report looks at how Philips, the electronics company, has gone about repositioning as a healthcare business.

Asian Strategy Report 2017: Insights from the Warc Prize for Asian Strategy

This report examines the trends in marketing strategy in Asia, with lessons for marketers drawn from an analysis of the entries to the Warc Prize for Asian Strategy 2016.

Improving the Effectiveness and Credibility of Corporate Social-Responsibility Messaging: An Austrian Model Identifies Influential CSR Content and Communication Channels

Scholarly work over the past 15 years has demonstrated that corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives can have a positive impact on consumer behavior toward brands.

The fallacy of corporate branding

This article argues that when it comes to corporate branding, marketers need to move away from cold-corporate branding to more human brands with unique personalities.

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