In the age of Trump, businesses must use their voice and resources, including their communication departments, PR agencies, public affairs and their CEO’s outreach to challenge him. Loudly, widely, wisely and often.
What is your company doing? Today, it is more important than just promoting what you sell, but to use your platform to support the media and journalists.
UPDATE: From Rani Molla, data reporter at Recode is this list of “tech companies big and small are making money off Immigration and Customs Enforcement.” The latest economic activism hashtag is now #NoTechForICE.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
- Inserso Corporation
- Dell Federal Systems L.P.
- US Bancorp
- Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Support Services
- Comcast Business
- John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Source: While we cannot authenticate this data it is reported to be from current contracts as of June 2018, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement
We have hundreds of narratives ever since Trump descended the Trump Tower escalator. Many now include other social issues and commentaries on everything from climate change to supporting a free and unimpeded U.S. election.
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