Have you been put off by the doom and gloom messages bombarding us about saving the planet? Many others have wondered if there is a better way to engage people in wildlife conservation and as a result have created the Conservation Optimism Movement
The Museum of Brands, which was founded in Gloucester in 1984 and moved to London in 2005, has recently doubled its size and moved to new premises in Ladbroke Grove.
Over the last few months we have been working with the marketing recruitment firm EMR. As part of their social mission to
ACAPS, an NGO based in Geneva, enables crisis responders to better understand and thereby better address the worlds disasters. They contacted Pimp My Cause in the summer of 2016 looking
The Marketing Trust is supporting Pimp My Cause in providing more structured opportunities for marketers to develop their professional skills while helping charities and social enterprises.
Whenever we make a connection between a marketer and a cause, we hope that they will get on well, but some connections still surprise us with the success of their collaboration!
A year ago the IPAs first Pip Award was given to a team of four young marketers from the marketing agency Lime for their brilliant campaign idea, which supported the Angelus Foundation in raising awareness of the dangers of
Paul Skinner, founder of Pimp My Cause and the Agency of the Future, has been recognised for the second time as the Chartered Institute of Marketing Consultant of the Year.
We are pleased to be working with the IPAs Best of Health awards for the second year running. This year their Pip Award for young talent has brought incredible ideas to the Elimination of Leukaemia Fund to help engage more support for their Mind & Body
When I was chief marketing officer at Sony Mobile, I found it comparatively easy to identify the learning and development needs of my team. However, it was much harder to
What is really holding your small charity or social enterprise back from reaching it
In 2015 Pimp My Cause was introduced to the organisation Digital Mums, which trains mums, who often have had a background in marketing, to be social media managers and then matches them up to businesses that need their help.
In 2007 Tracey Fords 17 year old son James Andre Godfrey Smartt-Ford was shot in front of 300 children and adults at the Streatham ice skating rink on a busy Saturday evening.
This has included a unique opportunity for one of our causes to work with OgilvyOne and School21 as part of a real world learning project.
Over the last nine months we have had the pleasure of working with the Nectar card partnerships team at Aimia on the Loyalty for Good Challenge.
Many of the charities and social enterprises that we work with at Pimp My Cause are looking to sell services to schools. But the decision makers at schools have very little time and are often overwhelmed by approaches.
We matched Catherine up with London Village Network, a grassroots organisation that was established to inspire brilliance amongst young people in London.