H+K London Launches Better Impact™ Offer

LONDON – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) launches Better Impact™, a performance strategy to empower businesses and brands to have a better impact on people and the planet.

Framed around the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the new offer includes a Better Impact™ Score, which identifies which of the seventeen goals most align with a business’ performance, stakeholder values and purpose. This enables H+K’s Better Impact™ Consultants to build strategies to ensure a brand’s communications are credible and authentic.

By identifying the SDGs that most align with a brand, and providing an ongoing benchmark, the Better Impact™ Score empowers companies seeking to do their part to progress the UN’s agenda to 2030.

“Creativity has a huge role to play in helping brands be a force for good. A CSR strategy won’t cut it anymore, but identifying authentic campaigns that stand to scrutiny and have a real world impact can be a daunting prospect. At H+K we believe that by focusing on the key areas that will enable the most immediate impact, any business with the right intent can make a positive difference” said Richard Millar, H+K’s UK CEO.

Better Impact™ was created by a group of H+K employees using the Skunkworks model; an approach that allows a small and loosely structured group of individuals to design a new idea by escaping routine organisational procedures.

The unconventional approach is the latest in a number of creative initiatives from H+K London’s Global Center of Creative Strategy, led by Richard Millar and Chief Creative Strategist Simon Shaw. As a result of the Skunkworks approach, Better Impact™ is managed by employees who are genuinely passionate about social and environmental change.

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posted by Rachel Powell | October 6, 2017 @ http://www.hkstrategies.com/united-kingdom/en-uk/hk-london-launches-better-impact-offer/

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