With corporate responsibility now firmly positioned as an integral part of the corporate toolbox, what does this mean for brands? The problem is that all too often, corporate responsibility is just that – responsibility designed, managed and delivered by the corporate centre. Yet if your single most important points of communication with the consumer – your brands – aren’t responsible or seen as responsible, then all the spending on corporate responsibility in the world isn’t going to change the way people think about you.
Our bespoke brand planning process helps:
- empower brand teams to identify the most relevant the social and environmental impacts
- identifies how brands should evolve to best address these impacts
- builds strategic direction that reflects your brand values and connects with your target audience
We firmly believe that brand responsibility represents the next, and most exciting, evolutionary stage of corporate responsibility. Understanding the social and environmental impacts of your brands, and taking steps to maximise the positive impacts and mitigate the negative impacts at a brand level is a powerful way of demonstrating that you are serious about what you say.
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