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The Forgotten Generation

As marketers look for new target markets to focus on as we slowly move beyond the crippling of COVID-19, we realized that there’s one demographic that has been completely overlooked: Generation X. There’s been so much discussion on what Gen Z likes, and what Millenials are up to, and even …

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The Future of Travel and Responsible Marketing

After staying home and staying safe for the last year, most of us are eager to get out into the world and explore. Beginning April 19, 2021, all American adults will be eligible to receive the COVID vaccine. Which leaves us asking, how will tourism develop in the post-pandemic world? …

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Brave Communities: Dismantling The Stereotypes

This month our Brave Story will look different as we celebrate and share experiences from communities that often go overlooked and have recently been under attack: Asian and Muslim Americans. As we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and May 12th marks the end of Ramadan, we felt …

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Identifying Toxic Work Environments 

Have you ever had an abusive boss that barks out orders and belittles their staff? Or a manager who is underqualified, overconfident, and refuses to communicate efficiently? I once worked for a fashion designer who degraded me, swore and yelled at me, and made me purchase drugs for her. She …

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Social Media Violence and How To Respond

Dear Marketing Community,  We at Brave World Media are hoping to address something that is widely felt and rarely discussed at the executive level: Social Media Violence, Social Media Terrorists, and the very real impact social media can have in the work environment, especially when it comes to the mental …

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Lessons Learned from the Great Facebook Blackout

We all survived the Great Facebook Blackout of 2021, barely. When some of Facebook’s servers crashed on October 4, 2021, more than mindless scrolling was halted. For six hours 3.5 billion users were unable to access Instagram, WhatsApp, or Facebook. Millions of businesses weren’t able to reach potential customers, government …

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