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POSTS TAGGED WITH "Inclusive Marketing"

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Open Perspectives: Our collective journey to an equitable future

As an industry, we have a responsibility to build trust with consumers and support a more inclusive future. In the Open Perspectives virtual events from Microsoft Advertising, we discuss our collective journey to an equitable future.

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Marketing with purpose Web Summit masterclass

On the December 04, Microsoft hosted a masterclass session at the virtual Web Summit 2020 entitled 'Marketing with purpose: Building trusted brand experiences'. During this session, Microsoft Advertising’s Regional Vice President for Continental Europe, Mascha Driessen invited modern marketers to reimagine brand experience based on purpose.

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Image of man in a wheelchair including the title 'How accessible are your communications? Catch up on our Open Perspectives Unplugged virtual event series.'

Accessibility is a responsibility and an opportunity

Since 2014, under Satya Nadella’s leadership, accessibility has become core to Microsoft’s mission to empower individuals and organisations on the planet to achieve more. We are passionate about creating products and services that are accessible for everyone—including people with disabilities.

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Guide to growth: Reach more shoppers with an inclusive approach

Inclusive audience marketing is understanding with empathy who your customers are and, more importantly, who you might be missing. Ensure you make inclusive marketing part of the core of your strategy using our Marketing with Purpose Playbook.

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Over 1 billion people your marketing may be overlooking today

Would you knowingly exclude a potential audience of 1 billion people in your marketing? Learn why accessibility is a vital part of an inclusive marketing strategy. By not making your marketing accessible, you may be excluding nearly one out of every seven people in the world.

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