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Archived Web Seminar – Do Consumers Really Care About Corporate Social Responsibility? New BuzzBack Case Study with Nestl??

If you weren’t able to make it to yesterday’s live web seminar “Do Consumers Really Care About Corporate Social Responsibility? New BuzzBack Case Study with Nestl??” here’s your chance to view the archive. Martin Oxley, Managing Director at BuzzBack Europe and Jeremy Pace, Consumer Science Specialist at Nestl?? showcased new online research techniques that identified consumer driven issues and emotions of CSR.

Watch the hour-long archive. Enjoy!

Free Web Seminar: Do Consumers Really Care About Corporate Social Responsibility? New BuzzBack Case Study with Nestl??

Date/Time: Thu, Oct 15, 2009 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Companies are investing in it, consumers demanding it, pundits applauding it ‘. but what does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) really mean ‘ to consumers as opposed to shareholders? Is it just a new buzzword? Does it encompass fair pay to women? Reducing the carbon footprint? Focus on local communities? Donating to charities? Do consumers really care or is it just hype?

With its client, Nestl??, BuzzBack will highlight original fieldwork conducted in the US, UK and Germany about CSR, showcasing new online research techniques that identify consumer driven issues and emotions of CSR.

Attendees of this webinar will discover:

‘ The importance of CSR to consumers
‘ New research techniques that showcase emotional aspects of CSR
‘ How one of today’s top global food companies is dealing with issues of CSR

Featured Speakers:
Jeremy Pace, Consumer Science Specialist, Nestl??
Martin Oxley, Managing Director BuzzBack Europe

Register below, mention priority code MWS0019BLOG
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/158230049