December 22, 2014

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Sustainability Marketing: The Power of True Stories

Organizer: Yale Center for Customer Insights

Date: 11.20.13, 08:30AM – 11.20.13, 07:00PM ET

Location:Yale Club NYC (50 Vanderbilt Ave)

Sponsor:Interbrand, Yale Center for Business and the Environment, Yale Center for Customer Insights

Website: som.yale.edu/sustainability-marketing-power-tru...

The Yale Center for Customer Insights, The Yale Center for Business and the Environment and Interbrand are partnering to bring you an exclusive conference on sustainability and the power of true stories.

Companies can no longer pay mere lip service to sustainability in a leveled, democratic marketplace where consumers demand transparency as the return on their emotional and economic investment in a brand. Successful companies must be ready to tell a compelling and authentic sustainability story, acknowledging limitations and defining an honest vision for overcoming them.

At the Sustainability Marketing: The Power of True Stories conference, we’ll explore new ways of thinking about sustainability, authenticity and storytelling with talks from leading academics and practitioners across a range of fields. We’ll highlight recent research on the impact of transparency on consumer behavior, and we’ll show how smart companies are turning sustainability into measurable brand value by telling stories that matter.

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For more information, please contact:

Heather Fitzgerald Assistant Director, Yale Center for Customer Insights
Phone: 203-432-2868
Twitter: @yalecci
Shayla Persaud Associate Director, Marketing, North America, Interbrand
Phone: 212-798-7541

 

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