For marketers, the focus this Thanksgiving was on Black Friday. Or should we call it Black Thursday? For the first time, some stores started their sales Thanksgiving night. Thousands of Americans skipped Thanksgiving dinner to wait in line for “once in a lifetime” deals, only to learn that the most coveted items were limited to as few as two per store.
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The date doesn’t yet resonate with many, but that will change. Tomorrow November 9th will be remembered as the day that millions were raised for DC area non-profits through Give to the Max Day.
Perhaps because Corporate Social Responsibility starts with the word “Corporate,” some assume that CSR is only for Big Brand, Fortune 500 companies.
Completing the trio of postings recapping the Washington Post’s Future of Food Conference…
Continuing from yesterday’s initial post on the Washington Post’s Future of Food Conference…stay tuned for the third and final post tomorrow!
“Not so long ago, social enterprise was relatively unheard of in corporate America or in business school. The two were as different as Birkenstocks and wingtips, and if they mingled at all, it was perhaps a goodwill gesture from the corporate side with a few zeroes at the end. But today, the two cultures are coming together in a union that has proved advantageous for both.”
As spring approaches, and intern hiring season kicks into high gear, there’s a debate raging in companies throughout the U.S. To pay or not to pay – that is the question.