Companies that have purpose built into their bottom line are the most likely to remain standing.
The coronavirus crisis, and the senseless killing of George Floyd, served as a relentless one, two punch for companies of all shapes and sizes. As the virus wages on, and the demands for social justice continue to be urgently needed, companies that have purpose built into their bottom line are the most likely to remain standing. Suddenly, having a purpose is a super power.
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