Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion Representations in Marketing Require more Attention to Context.
Posted by Chris Grocott in School of Business Blog on February 22, 2023
Brands can play an important role in fostering inclusion in our increasingly diverse societies. 38% of the respondents to a recent survey conducted by Adobe, said that they are more likely to purchase products and services from brands that show diversity in their advertisements.
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Posted by Richard Courtney in School of Business Blog on April 23, 2014
In the run up to Saint George’s Day, Richard Courtney, Lecturer in Employment Studies at the School, underlines why the nature of ‘Englishness’ should matter to scholars and practitioners of management I’m not usually one for name-dropping but in 2007 I met Billy Bragg at a seminar on Englishness in Contemporary Britain. This was a […]
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