“[Krochet Kids] We have a different approach to how we create impact and we believe it’s one that people need to be talking about. We focus on holistically caring for individuals, as opposed to creating broad-stroke strategies or campaigns that meet temporary needs.”—Kohl Crecelius — Somewhere
JULY 24 » Vinyl Music Hall, Pensacola FL
JULY 25 » Hi Ho Lounge, New Orleans LA
JULY 26 » Red 7, Austin TX
AUGUST 21 » Le Poisson Rouge, NYC
AUGUST 29 » Graveyard, Atlanta GA
AUGUST 30 » Granada Theater, Dallas TX
“In an industry of arguably the most creative, most innovative people, we’re still locked in an old model – and we can’t get out of it. It’s insanity in the sense that your behaviour, and our behaviour, defies logic.”—Clive Sirkin. Kimberly-Clark CMO. (via peterspear)
Business has always been about making money and it still is. What is now becoming increasingly clear is that the best strategy for making money is to be an ally with civil society. When everything a company does and says conveys that they “care and want for the wellbeing of others as they do their own” they are simply employing the most effective strategy for doing what they want to do – make money.
Alexis de Tocqueville called it “self-interest properly understood” by which he meant that you pursue your own self-interest in a way that does not impede others from pursuing their self-interests. Nobody wants to deny companies the right to pursue their own self-interest – they just have to do in a way that does not harm others. Simple.