Donor Nation USA

The Agitator

billion) and above South Korea ($267.9 I was browsing the latest report from Giving USA on the size of the giving sector in America in 2013. The overall giving total — $335 billion — is big. But just how big is that … what would be a good comparative measure? What about comparative national budgets? If you take ‘just’ individual donations ($240.6 billion) and bequests ($27.7 billion), that’s $268.3 billion.

USA 73

Communicating change and tech disruption to citizens

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Technologically advanced countries such as South Korea have treatment centres for internet addicts and even public service announcements on this topic.

#Tech: QR Codes, Smart Phones, And Prunes Come Together In South Korean Subway

Non Profit Marketing 360

They are the brainchild of Homeplus, the South Korean affiliate of the British supermarket chain Tesco (which has only a minimal presence in the US market as a part of the ‘ Fresh & Easy ‘ stores). Probably, though some resistance is found even in South Korea’s subway.

#Tech: QR Codes, Smart Phones, And Prunes Come Together In South Korean Subway

Non Profit Marketing 360

They are the brainchild of Homeplus, the South Korean affiliate of the British supermarket chain Tesco (which has only a minimal presence in the US market as a part of the ‘ Fresh & Easy ‘ stores). Probably, though some resistance is found even in South Korea’s subway.

Marketing to Kids, Circa 1988

Cause Related Marketing

And boxer Lennox Lewis, fighting for Canada, beat American Riddick Bowe at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea in the Super Heavyweight division.

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.