Unveiling the Strategic Prowess of CMRignite in Shaping a Diverse and Impactful Advertising Landscape (Video)

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Welcome to an insightful interview with David Bowles, the President of CMRignite, the nation's largest Black woman-owned cause marketing and social impact agency. Founded in 1995 by Jacqueline Moore, CMRignite has been on a mission to develop innovative, cross-cultural marketing campaigns that lead to real, positive change. Notably, the agency has earned a spot on the 2023 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in the US for the fourth consecutive year.

At the heart of this interview is a deep exploration of CMRignite's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within the advertising and media landscape. Despite the challenges faced by many ad agencies in hiring and retaining diverse talent, CMRignite has intentionally built a team that is 70% BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and/or comprised of individuals with disabilities. This intentional and methodical approach has not only distinguished CMRignite but has also contributed to its continued success.

In the conversation with David Bowles, we will delve into the agency's initiatives, strategies, and successes in fostering diversity and inclusion, both internally and within the campaigns they craft for government agencies, national nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies. From recruitment and retention to client engagement and impact measurement, we aim to uncover the unique insights and practices that have positioned CMRignite as a leader in the industry, setting a benchmark for the intersection of creativity, social impact, and diversity in advertising and media. Join us for an in-depth discussion on the transformative power of intentional diversity in marketing.

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