CHANNELS    |    Behavior Change      Leadership      Products & Design      Supply Chain      Marketing & Comms      New Metrics    |    MORE

Related Cone Communications News & Views

Below is a list of articles using the same tag you clicked on. You can also use our Search page to filter our articles by channel or brand.

by Sustainable Brands, Sep 2017
Eighty-one percent of Gen Z believes they can have an impact on social and environmental issues by using social media, according to Cone Communcations' new report 2017 Cone Gen Z CSR Study: How...
by Libby MacCarthy, May 2017
A new study by Cone Communications adds to the body of work that links consumer shopping decisions to corporate values. The 2017 Cone Communications CSR Study examines consumer attitudes, perceptions...
by Sustainable Brands, Nov 2016
Three-quarters (76 percent) of Millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work and nearly two-thirds (64 percent) won’t take a job if a potential...
by Sustainable Brands, Jun 2016
Two-thirds of U.S. employees feel their work and personal life are becoming increasingly blended and nearly all (93 percent) want to work for a company that cares about them as an individual,...
by Mike Hower, Sep 2015
Millennials are universally more engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, according to new research from Cone Communications. This includes everything from buying products associated...
by Marissa Rosen, Jun 2015
“Are you a part of the problem, or are you a part of the solution?” Simon Mainwaring asked attendees of the opening morning workshop at SB ’15 San Diego on Monday, before introducing the seven...
by Sustainable Brands, May 2015
Global consumers feel a personal accountability to address social and environmental issues and look to companies as partners in progress, according to findings from the 2015 Cone Communications/...
by Max Lenderman, Dec 2014
Statistics and surveys make it clear that people want brands to do good in this world. According to the latest Cone/Echo Global Study, 93 percent of today’s shoppers would buy a product...
by Sustainable Brands, Jun 2014
Monday, day one of SB ’14 San Diego, was jam-packed with thought-provoking workshops featuring dozens of experts sharing their latest research and insights on a variety of topics — from multi-sector...
by Jennifer Elks, May 2014
“What happens when no one is concerned about recycling?” That’s what Coca-Cola asks in a YouTube video detailing its recent effort to engage youth in the Bangladeshi city of Dhaka on the importance...
by Jennifer Elks, Apr 2014
Nearly three-quarters (72 percent) of consumers consistently recycle in the home, but despite a genuine concern for the environment, only about half do so in rooms beyond the kitchen. According to...
by Sustainable Brands, Mar 2014
Latin America has become a large producer of sustainable foods but has yet to become a significant consumer, according to recent research from Organic Monitor. The study finds that while Brazil is...
by Sustainable Brands, Mar 2014
New research released Thursday reveals Americans are willing to sacrifice variety and dollars in order to eat more consciously. Although family satisfaction reigns supreme (97 percent), health and...
by Mike Hower, Jun 2013
Cone Communications has launched a social media and CSR product called the CSR SocialScore, which serves as a real-time snapshot of how a brand uses social media to inform and engage stakeholders.The...
by Dimitar Vlahov, May 2013
As the fourth and final piece in our 4-part series of ‘hot lists’ (check out our other picks for hot products, books and business model innovations), this week we introduce 13 hot research reports...
by Bart King, Oct 2012
When it comes to corporate social responsibility (CSR), consumers want more than aspirational mission statements, according to the results of a new survey by Cone Communications. The Corporate Social...
  Sign up for SB Newsletters
Get the latest personalized news, tools, and virtual media on a wide range of sustainable business topics in your inbox.

User login