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2019 EthicMark® Awards Call for Nominations Winners Announced at major venues and in media worldwide

Submitted by: Ethical Markets Media

Categories: Ratings & Awards, Corporate Social Responsibility

Posted: Jun 11, 2019 – 04:41 PM EST

 

SAINT AUGUSTINE, Fla., Jun. 11 /CSRwire/ - Nominations are now open for the 2019 EthicMark® Awards for ads and media campaigns that “uplift the human spirit and society.” Winners are judged by the diverse and accomplished Global Judges Panel and announced at the prestigious SRI Global Conference, November 11-15, 2019 and all media. These Awards have been inspirational, while raising the ethical standards for the $600 billion global advertising industry since 2006.

The nomination period is open to ads and media campaigns. These can be produced by businesses, nonprofit organizations or individuals. Nominations are submitted on the EthicMark® website, where previous winning campaigns are showcased at www.ethicmark.org.

Sponsored by Ethical Markets Media, Certified B. Corporation www.ethicalmarkets.com  the EthicMark® Awards seek to transform advertising by demonstrating the power of media campaigns to inspire and to further both the public interest and legitimate private interests.

“We expect the 2019 awards to continue highlighting the force advertising and global media, including social media platforms, have to enlighten the public and inspire companies to new levels of creative responsible marketing worldwide,” said Hazel Henderson, president of Ethical Markets Media, founder and co-chair of the EthicMark® Awards.

The 2018 winners include for-profit DONG Energy has become Ørsted from Ørsted Energy in Denmark. On their homepage, Ørsted explains its transition from oil and gas to renewable energy, emphasizing that the planet is home to all of us.  The winner in the Non-Profit category is Trash Isles, from the Plastic Oceans International and LADbible.  This marketing effort demonstrates the sad state of our oceans by petitioning the United Nations to acknowledge a new ocean state – the Trash Isles.

The annual EthicMark® Awards are co-sponsored by the World Business Academy, whose president Rinaldo S. Brutoco, as co-chair said, “Ethical advertising is a critical characteristic of a healthy, long-term sustainable corporation that honors what it sells and the deeper values of its customers.”

The Awards are in co-partnership with GlobeScan, the preeminent global polling firm; Sustainable Brands, Tomorrow’s Company, Goodvertising, TBLI, SRI Conferences and ESPM, Brazil’s premier institution of higher education in communication, marketing, and business.

ABOUT ETHICAL MARKETS

Ethical Markets Media (USA and Brazil), Certified B Corporation, is a global media network of networks with the mission of reforming markets and metrics while helping accelerate and track the transition to the green economy worldwide with the Green Transition Scoreboard®Ethical Biomimicry Finance®Transforming Finance TV Series with reports, articles, newsletters, and analyses from its global Advisory Board and Hazel Henderson, editor-in-chief, on www.EthicalMarkets.com, promoting systems thinking and best practices to raise global standards.

ABOUT THE WORLD BUSINESS ACADEMY

The World Business Academy (www.worldbusiness.org) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit think tank researching, publishing and convening meetings globally on the leading edge of business since 1987. The Academy membership is supported by approximately 90 Fellows who represent a broad cross-section of academic business thinking and social thought leaders. Areas the Academy specializes in are Building Sustainable Corporations, Corporate Governance, Alternative Energy, Nuclear Energy, Advanced Energy Technologies, Microgrid Implementation and other “New Paradigms In Business.”

For more information, please contact:

Hazel Henderson Ethical Markets Media
Phone: (904) 829-3140
Kristy Jansen World Business Academy
Phone: (805)892-4600

 

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