THE PURPOSE PULSE BAME SNAPSHOT: WHAT BAME Expect from brands on racial equality
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SNAPSHOTS 2020

How Millennial and Generation Z consumers, employees and activists are reacting to this year's events

APRIL 2020
COVID-19
As the UK economy prepares to emerge from lockdown, new research shows that consumers are likely to reward companies and brands they think have acted in a socially responsible way during the COVID-19 crisis.
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JUNE 2020
BAME
BAME people want social change and racial equality. They believe that companies and their leaders can make a real difference and they want to work for employers that take a stand on the issues that matter to them.
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THE PURPOSE PULSE 2020

How Millennial and Generation Z consumers, employees and activists will shape the world in the years ahead

KEY FINDINGS

The findings of the Purpose Pulse 2020 present an opportunity for companies to drive social and environmental change as well as business performance, simultaneously.

These findings should also hopefully challenge current approaches to demonstrate social purpose in a world that is being shaped by Millennials and Generation Z.

There are significant implications for how companies engage with this agenda and younger generations.

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CONTRIBUTOR
THE BRAND & REPUTATION COLLECTIVE

The Brand & Reputation Collective (the BRC) takes an insight-driven, campaign approach to managing brand, reputation and issues - which means we focus on outcomes, linking brand and reputation to more effectively drive engagement.

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PURPOSE UNION

Purpose Union is a specialist agency that works with clients to develop compelling narratives, identify winning arguments, build valuable coalitions and create distinctive campaigns.

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ROOT CAUSE

Root Cause is a brand strategy and design agency that helps brands grow by discovering and delivering on their social promises.

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METHODOLOGY

This report is based on an online survey of 1,919 Generation Z and Millennials in the UK (n=951) and Germany (n=968). In total, we interviewed 507 Generation Z (those aged 16-22; born between 1998 and 2004) and 1,412 Millennials (those aged 23 to 39, born between 1981 and 1997). The interviews were conducted December 4, 2019 - January 7, 2020. The margin of sampling error for the entire sample of 1,919 is +/- 2 percentage points and for Generation Z and Millennials it is +/-2 and 3 percentage points, respectively.