Global Business

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Advertising Agency

The ad highlights the impact that Chipotle’s ‘Food with Integrity’ standards could have on the world, including reducing carbon emissions, saving water, and supporting local growers

Chipotle Mexican Grill has announced it will premiere its first-ever Super Bowl commercial during the second quarter of Super Bowl LV. The spot, titled “Can a Burrito Change the World?,” features a young boy rhetorically asking that question whilst highlighting the impact that Chipotle’s ‘Food with Integrity’ standards could have on the world, including reducing carbon emissions, saving water, and supporting local growers.

Evidenced in the ad, created by Venables Bell and Partners, Chipotle believes that how we grow our food affects how we grow the future. The company believes the global pandemic has shifted consumer behaviour to lean towards a community-focused society, further igniting a passion inside of many for making purchasing decisions that drive the difference in the world around them.… Read more

Smiling business man sitting with four robots image.

Never underestimate the corporate world’s ability to take something that should be intuitive, and make it weird by overthinking it.

Case in point: We used to say, “B2B doesn’t have to be boring.” Which indicates that for a long time, folks truly believed that B2B did have to be boring — that B2B buyers were a unique species of creature that operated without emotion and wanted the driest content possible.

Now we’re talking about how we need to “humanize” B2B content.  And doesn’t that sound like some kind of filter you run your content through after you make it? I picture something that looks like a fax machine, where you load the content in the top, and push a big red button marked “HUMANIZE.”

“We’re ready to ship that blog post, Johnson — wait! Don’t forget to humanize it!”

Now, I get that B2B brands are dealing with Read more

Distributing COVID-19 vaccines to 5.6 billion people worldwide to reach global herd immunity is no small feat — and one that requires a commitment to innovation and cross-sector collaboration. 

Since early 2020, the nonprofit, education, government, health, and corporate sectors have worked together like never before to manufacture an effective vaccine in record time. Now that safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines are available and countries, states, and local governments around the world are establishing vaccination programs, continued collaboration and strong digital infrastructures are essential for equitable and efficient distribution at scale.

Today, international, federal, state, and local agencies, thousands of healthcare providers, and nonprofits worldwide are using Salesforce technology specifically for vaccine management, including University of Massachusetts Amherst and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.

UMass Amherst and Gavi are leveraging their organizational expertise, combined with technology solutions, to aid vaccination efforts. By leveraging technology for program management, marketingRead more

BlackBerry (NYSE:BB), the iconic brand and forerunner to the smartphone, has had a tough few years. In 2008, the BlackBerry share price was trading as high as $145 a share, but by 2012 had spectacularly fallen from grace. In the 2020 March market crash, it fell below $3.

However, in the past two months, it has made a remarkable comeback. At the time of writing, Blackberry shares are trading at $22. So, does this mean it’s now a ‘must-buy’ tech stock with an exciting future ahead? Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Blackberry stock rallies

Nowadays, BlackBerry is a software security firm rather than a smartphone manufacturer. Security is an increasingly vital part of our world, so there’s a clear need for such an offering. And, in the past few weeks, a few newsworthy announcements have helped to boost the BB share price.

In December, BlackBerry announced a joint … Read more

In the race against the spread of more difficult to control coronavirus variants, the U.S. is making steady progress in its nationwide vaccine rollout. Through Tuesday, Jan. 26, 24.7 million people, or about 6% of the U.S. population had received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; that number is up from 15.2 million Americans a week ago. Another 3.8 million people, or 1.1% of the population, have now received both doses.

Progress with the vaccine drive is increasingly varied across the states, with the percent of population vaccinated ranging from 4.5% in Idaho and Missouri to 11.4% in Alaska, America’s largest and least dense state. West Virginia, which has outpaced others in administering shots for weeks, is the only other state to have vaccinated more than 9% of its population.

2.9 million doses have been given at … Read more