Getting the whole world to sit in on your cause.


Or the entire world "hot spotted" North Korea? This week while on a very long train ride from DC to see a client's co-vendor up in Connecticut, I was reading my favorite magazine- The Economist - when I came across an article about bloggers, authoritarian governments, and the game of cat and mouse they play with each other.

Fund Offering Support Efforts Building Nuclear Weapons-Free World

Seeking Grant Money Today

Projects in this category must be focused on Iran and North Korea, the two most significant threats to global nonproliferation. From The Foundation Center. [As As always, if you are interested in this grant opportunity, click "Link To Complete RFP" at the end of this post for more information].

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My Annual Defense of the Practice of Cause Marketing

Cause Related Marketing

What’s the difference between North and South Korea, after all? Now, 59 years later, North Korea… which pursued a course of collectivism and Communism… is still a part of the Developing World. South Korea…which opened its arms to capitalism and democracy…is more modern-looking than Los Angeles. It goes almost without saying that South Koreans enjoy a standard of living that is orders of magnitude better than North Koreans.