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The first-ever international Equality Institute promoting LGBT workplace equality in London was held July 6 and led by The Walt Disney Company, Out & Equal and Sodexo.
Traveling workshops designed to connect underserved and underrepresented small businesses with venture capital funders.
Absolut has launched a new limited edition bottle. The new rainbow design is the third and consecutive bottle to support the LGBTQ community, with this year's interpretation of the flag at the center of a high-impact, media campaign.
...And what better way to celebrate it than with a giant installation made from 10,000 multi-coloured post-it notes across our six story Engine building
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Respected music publicist Joey Amato chatted with Digital Journal about opening his own PR firm, Agency33, in Nashville.
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Almost two-thirds (65%) of surveyed Americans think LGBT-inclusive brands and businesses are beneficial to the economy, but 68% said they must "walk the talk" in an authentic way by following up on promises and plans in regards to LGBT support, according to findings from an Ogilvy study made available in a press release.
LGBT-owned businesses can be a valuable topic for business reporters. In this video, we share some facts to help you start covering this important issue.
In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, findings from a new Ogilvy survey released today of over 1,000 Americans including over 400 LGBT allies revealed that nearly two-thirds of Americans (65%) believe that LGBT-inclusive brands/businesses are good for the economy and similarly (64%) believe that these initiatives reflect our country's diversity. However, the majority (68%) report that in order to be an LGBT ally, brands/businesses need to "walk the talk" following through on promises and plans.
Few would argue that American society has changed dramatically since the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement. At the time of the event itself, which happened 48 years ago this week, homophobia was rampant, even in famously metropolitan Manhattan. After the riots, the New York Daily News, which is now seen as the left-leaning counter to Ruper Murdoch’s New York Post, ran with the inflammatory headline “Homo Nest Raided—Queen Bees Are Stinging Mad.”
Back then, no “mainstream” brand was brave enough to openly support the LGBTQ community. And there’s no question that some consumers still take exception to gay rights today.
But the following Twitter thread by PR veteran Jarrett Way, which came in response to just such a consumer, and went viral over the weekend, illustrates why it’s no longer risky for any big brand to stand in solidarity with LGBTQ Americans—exactly two years after the Supreme Court officially made same-sex marriage the law of the land.
The National LGBT Media Association has announced its second annual Ad POP award winners,