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Topic: Corporate Social Responsibility

The latest articles from Crisp about Corporate Social Responsibility
Top Brands in Corporate Responsibility and Mastering Emerging Risks

Top Brands in Corporate Responsibility and Mastering Emerging Risks

For 400 American companies, the new year is starting off with a welcome accolade: they have been named to the Newsweek 2021 list of America’s Most Responsible Companies.

Turning the Page: CCOs Set to Thrive as Vital Brand Stewards

Turning the Page: CCOs Set to Thrive as Vital Brand Stewards

For leadership teams and boards, 2020 will be remembered as a time when chief communication officers stepped up and shined in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty. As brand communicators responded to the ever changing COVID-19 landscape, seamlessly pivoting strategy became the norm.

The Risks for Brands in Doing the Right Thing

The Risks for Brands in Doing the Right Thing

The choice seems like an easy one. Stand up for what you believe in. Commit to your brand values and demonstrate them in your actions, not just your words.

How a Brand’s “Get Out the Vote” Message Can Help or Hurt

How a Brand’s “Get Out the Vote” Message Can Help or Hurt

Brands have traditionally steered away from politics for the same reasons you don’t get into it with your angry uncle at Thanksgiving. No matter which side you land on, discussing politics will always alienate someone—a risk most brands aren’t willing to take. Until now.

The Risks and Rewards of a Corporate Social Justice Culture

The Risks and Rewards of a Corporate Social Justice Culture

Every year, Nielsen takes a measured look at corporate social responsibility initiatives to see if they change the way organizations perform, both in reputation and with increased sales. What they find, year-after-year, is that consumers are willing to pay extra for products and services from companies that support their same values. 

Brandstanding: How Today’s Brands Must View Social Responsibility

Brandstanding: How Today’s Brands Must View Social Responsibility

In 1970, Milton Friedman, an American economist who won a Nobel Peace Prize, famously said, “There is one and only one social responsibility of business—to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free competition without deception or fraud.”

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