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Beyond platitudes  #BlackLivesMatter

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Adidas quick, alongside other brands, to share posts in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter, now find themselves asked to apologise by Julia Bond, a black Adidas designer, for the unaddressed racism she experiences at work. It’s vital every business, including us at GoodSense, address the unconscious bias in our organisations and our communications. Read more >

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Getting started – Business sustainability resources

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Ready to take the next step in developing sustainability in your business and for your clients? Here are five useful tools to support your journey.

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Collaboration is nuts!

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We have a tendency as humans to admire heroes – the triumph of the individual. But solo achievement is rare and maybe over-emphasised.  Much that is of value takes a team to create; different individuals and skills combine to create the outcome. 

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GoodSense brand differentiation – ethical marketing workshops 2019

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Brand differentiation – helping positive business and social enterprise stand out – marketing workshop with GoodSense, the Ākina Foundation and the Sustainable Business Network.

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Setting the standard for marine conservation and tourism.

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Find out how Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) helped the small family-run Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari access capability funding to take its offering to the next level through training and expert tourism advice to become a leader in responsible tourism and conservation. Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari describes Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) as being central to its growth.

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Natural skincare delivered to your door.

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Sometimes new products, that are better for us and for nature, come in new ways. In this video Kath opens her delivery of BeeBio’s Aú Naturale skincare refills.  The New Zealand skincare pioneer sells by subscription, with starter packs and refills delivered to your door. 

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5 steps to creating engaging content

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There’s no denying it – content is still unabashedly queen of the digital world and today there’s so many fun and exciting ways to share the awesome stories of your business or organisation.

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Junk food marketers culpable for childhood obesity

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Junk food marketers culpable for childhood obesity
Kath Dewar on Radio NZ
Kath says we need to behave more ethically and responsibly and start making choices in our own businesses to spend more money on getting people information so they can make better choices with better food. 
Listen to the interview as featured on Radio NZ on 11 July 2018

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Rollout of GoodSense marketing workshops with Ākina and SBN

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Following a successful pilot workshop in October 2017, GoodSense has extended our partnership with Ākina and the Sustainable Business Network into a series of marketing capacity building workshops in 2018.

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How greenwashing became big business

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How greenwash became big business
Kath Dewar, quoted by Stuff:
 “Look for the businesses who are investing in proper Fair Trade and organic certifications, programmes that cost money for a good reason. There are companies that make fluffy self claims about being fair trade, so look for the gold standard certifications.” 
Read more from our interview with The Spinoff, 10 May 2018

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