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Why Purpose-Led Marketing Might Be Good for Optics but Bad for Business

Although promoting ‘brand values’ may be fashionable, some maintain that ‘activism’ has no place in business

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There has been a noticeable rise in recent years in purpose-led marketing that’s given a whole new meaning to the term ‘brand values’. With the world becoming…

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