Paul Skinner, founder of Pimp My Cause, was recently interviewed by Fiona Jensen on her Market Mentors podcast about: the future of marketing, why Pimp My Cause is a living laboratory of Collaborative Advantage in action and how Collaborative Advantage can help develop your career
Barbara Coleman signed up to Pimp My Cause in the first month we launched over eight years ago
Paul Skinner, founder of Pimp My Cause, was recently interviewed by Alise Cortez for her radio show Working on Purpose
In May Paul Skinner, founder of Pimp My Cause, was a guest on the Outside Inside Innovation podcast
Paul Skinner, founder of Pimp My Cause and author of Collaborative Advantage: How collaboration beats competition as a strategy for success was recently interviewed
Over the last five years Rory Sutherland and the behaviour change team at Ogilvy have worked with our cause members to tackle pressing social and environmental problems.
Why not get 2019 off to a perfect start by donating your marketing expertise to a good cause?
Pimp My Cause has teamed up with our partners at EMR Recruitment to help more senior marketers become charity trustees.
British Land is a leading UK commercial property company that creates ‘Places People Prefer’. Their work entails aligning the aspirations of diverse groups of stakeholders
Many thanks to all of you who were able to join us for the launch of Paul's book Collaborative Advantage: How collaboration beats competition as a strategy for success at the Museum of Brands in June.
We know that a more experienced marketing team is a more valuable one.
John Grant is an author and marketer and most importantly a member and supporter of Pimp My Cause! His new book Better is about the shift in the culture of business
To celebrate Christmas 2017 we decided to do something a little bit different. We created an Advent Calendar social media campaign that featured one cause and their marketing needs each day from December 1st until the 25th.
After many years as a massage and nutrition therapist Sandy Trott understands that regular access to these treatments is an important way to keep a community healthy and happy.