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Our blog explores what elements creates great research and best practices for thoughtful brands. Read on for breaking research news, advice, and tips on approaching touchy research topics with care.

Chidibere Ibe Interview

Chidibere Ibe Interview

Recently, I saw an illustration of a fetus in its mother’s womb that gave me pause. There was nothing inherently unique about this illustration, except this was the first time I had ever seen a medical illustration of...

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Research & Shame

Research & Shame

These are my musings and deeply held introspections on some of the external factors that impact research but are often not acknowledged or addressed as it relates to its impact. Let’s get into it. SHAME… Shame is...

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Why Internet Access Matters

Why Internet Access Matters

Is Internet access a luxury? Or should it be a basic human right? In this article, we discuss the main issues why having access to an Internet connection is absolutely necessary for this day and age, and thus should by...

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Owning Uncertainty: How To Say ‘I Don’t Know’

Owning Uncertainty: How To Say ‘I Don’t Know’

Consumer expectations are changing, and it’s vital that brands keep up. Ethical behavior is now a major consideration for brand purchases. In fact, nearly two in three people say they choose, switch, avoid, or boycott a brand based on its stand on social issues.

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Shining a Light on the Homeless Student Epidemic in NYC

Shining a Light on the Homeless Student Epidemic in NYC

Our team recently came across an interesting interview with Peter Coleman, the founder of the Difficult Conversations Lab at Columbia University, a lab dedicated to the practice of discussing challenging topics. Coleman has some helpful advice for everyone on how to communicate better.

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Spotlight on Lil Nas X: Playful Nonconformist

Spotlight on Lil Nas X: Playful Nonconformist

Consumer expectations are changing, and it’s vital that brands keep up. Ethical behavior is now a major consideration for brand purchases. In fact, nearly two in three people say they choose, switch, avoid, or boycott a brand based on its stand on social issues.

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