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Cultural Insights

September 21, 2020

Damned if You Do. Damned if You Don’t.

Black Lives Matter and the ongoing fight for racial justice and equity dominates headlines. But, there’s a need for critical engagement as we understand its impact. In the inaugural piece from SOS | Sound of Society: Black Lives Matter, we tackle the complicated idea of compliance as it relates to law enforcement interactions with people of color.

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Cultural Insights

September 14, 2020

The Antidote #015

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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Cultural Insights

September 8, 2020

The Circular Economy is Driving Innovation

A $4.5 trillion innovation opportunity? (Yes, trillion with a T). New business models to create long-term customer relationships for your brand? Read our take on why you need to look at the Circular Economy to inspire your team and fill your innovation pipeline for 2021.

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Cultural Insights

August 31, 2020

The Antidote #014

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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Cultural Insights

August 24, 2020

The Antidote #013

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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Cultural Insights

August 3, 2020

The Antidote #012

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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Cultural Insights

July 27, 2020

Travel Motivations in the Turbulent Time of COVID-19

A booming travel industry came to a screeching halt with the news of a pandemic. However, some people are beginning to feel hopeful and are starting to think about travel again. Even though they are aware of the risks of travelling in the time of Covid-19, why are people travelling again and what are some of the needs that travel is fulfilling in these highly unprecedented times?

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Cultural Insights

July 20, 2020

The Antidote #011

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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Cultural Insights

July 6, 2020

The Antidote #010

The Antidote is our way of navigating the surreal and strange waters of this unsettling new reality. Born from our need to have some positive distraction, laughter and heart-soaring moments as we witness humanity at its best, our team started sharing all the different things we found that lifted our spirits, brightened our days and made lockdown a little less lonely.

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