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Marketing Challenge: Can We Profit From Poverty?

by: Alain Thys



Every day thousands of people die from bad marketing.  Neither Google nor I remember where I read these words.  Perhaps I never read them at all. But as I was flying from Zurich to Amsterdam I couldn't get them out of my mind.

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Going Green to Recruit and Retain Employees

by: David Wigder

“I have never seen anything equal to sustainability as far as attracting, motivating, and bring people together.”  — Ray C. Anderson, Founder and Chairman of Interface in AmericanWay Magazine, October 1, 2007

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The business world needs more wisdom, ethical conduct and compassion

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Green Marketing 2.0: This Time It's Serious

by: Joel Makower

Green marketing is back, and while some may cavil that it never went away, the quality and quantity of marketing messages has shifted markedly in recent months. By all indications, this time it's no longer a half-hearted, fringe activity.

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Repurposing the Corporate Blog to Reach Green Influentials

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Repurposing the Corporate Blog to Reach Green Influentials

by: David Wigder

These days corporate marketers are launching blogs at a record pace.  According to Jupiter Research, nearly 40% of corporate marketers are planning to launch a corporate blog within the next 12 months.  Yet, consumers do not share the same enthusiasm for these blogs as corporations do: only 3% of consumers have used them to conduct product research.

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Have We Reached a Green Business Tipping Point?

by: Joel Makower

Where are we, exactly, in the trajectory of green business? Things seem to have changed decidedly in the past six to twelve months, as more and more companies do more and more things. But what should we make of it?

I've done close to 100 media interviews since New Year's, a wide assortment of publications, websites, broadcasts, and podcasts. And two questions keep popping up from reporters: Is there a green business bubble? And have we achieved a tipping point?

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'Climate Counts' Reveals Which Companies Are Walking the Walk

by: Joel Makower

At last, the climate revolution is getting -- well, consumer-friendly.

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Market Landscape 2007: Is Green the New Common Sense?

by: Michael Hoexter

Taking a break from my series on the electron economy, I wanted to share some impressions from the changing market and media landscape.

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Competing on Green Accelerates Pace of Change

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