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For nearly two decades, LUNA Bar (a Clif Bar brand) has been committed to inspiring women and demanding equality be a right, not an option. When they heard about the disparity in World Cup compensation for female players versus their male counterparts, LUNA Bar looked to be part of the equal pay conversation in a meaningful and impactful way. Closing the Gap in Compensation With assistance from our sponsorship team, LUNA Bar became the talk of Equal Pay Day (April 2, 2019). Believing in equal pay for equal work, LUNA Bar gave each of the 23 women named to the 2019 U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) a donation of $31,250 – the difference between the women’s and men’s World Cup roster bonus for making the team. To keep the conversation going, we created a U.S Fan Spotter Program and the #SomedayIsNow Forum at the Women’s World Cup host city in Paris. Held inside the Eiffel Tower, the forum featured discussions about the future of equality and the struggles and sacrifices that female athletes have made over the years. The panel was livestreamed on LUNA’s social channels and garnered hundreds of thousands of live views.
Mastercard’s Pledge of $500 Million to Help Close the Racial Wealth and Opportunity Gap for Black Communities and Businesses Across America R&CPMK Secures Grammy Award-Winner Jennifer Hudson as Face of New Mastercard Ad Campaign Mastercard continues to display its commitment to supporting diverse businesses across America, and R&CPMK is proud to work alongside its longtime client to help make that vision a reality. As part of Mastercard’s pledge of $500 Million to Black-owned businesses over the next five years, the company this week announced a new partnership with two-time Grammy Award-winner Jennifer Hudson to help amplify and support Black
Emma Shuldham, Managing Director of ITB Worldwide, shares her views on which influencers brands should focus on in 2021 and how they can play a role in combating misinformation. “An increasing movement towards conscious and inconspicuous consumerism means people are buying less and investing with more consideration. Flashy, excessive displays of wealth and gleeful unboxing videos just aren’t resonating with a population that is locked down. Engagement is a key indicator of consideration and can increasingly impact conversion but to show true resonance between talent and their audience, brands need to invest time listening to audience conversations and analysing