Over the past month, people in this country have finally been having the “hard conversation.” It is a hopeful sign that this is a movement for all, not just for Black, brown and other under represented communities. The reality is that now, more than ever, brands have to a part of the conversation. This is because the movement is being driven by youth culture, social media is their means of communications and brands have injected themselves into social media. And lacking leadership from our government, people are looking to companies to fill that gap.
Don't miss The Business of Marketing, a new series featuring leading c-suite executives sharing insights on the importance of leveraging the intersectionality of marketing, finance, technology, HR and the boardroom to drive business growth. Tune in.