Tag Archives: social entrepreneurship

The Pitch: Gamechangers

  This post is part of “The Pitch” series, which follows up with socially conscious creatives who submitted to the inaugural Benevolent Media Pitch Night competition in November 2012. At the event, held in Washington, D.C., 13 different projects and organizations presented 3-minute proposals on how to use storytelling and design for social good, for a chance to win […]

How to Design a “Transcendent Brand” for Social Impact

  This article is part of our coverage of the 2012 Net Impact Conference in Baltimore. It originally appeared on Triple Pundit. “What is your true purpose, my friend?” asked Udaiyan Jatar to a panel of entrepreneurs at the Net Impact Conference in Baltimore. He was leading a discussion on Transformational Innovation & Iconic Branding: Scaling Social & Business […]

Art, Booze and Media: The Sustainability of Craft Beers

This article is part of our coverage of the 2012 Net Impact Conference in Baltimore. It originally appeared on Triple Pundit. At the Net Impact conference in Baltimore, craft brewmakers discussed how their industry is taking leadership on sustainability and community development, in a panel discussion on Cases and Beer: The Sustainability-Focused, Community-Involved Brewery. One of […]

Q&A with Nathan Pham, Founder of Goodjoe.com

  “In goodness we trust” is Nathan Pham’s tagline for his company, Goodjoe Inc., a community-based T-shirt company he started with an old college buddy, Jourdan Yeh.  The California-based start-up is a classic example of benevolent media: “We use the T-shirt as our basic medium to inspire people to do ‘good’ and reach out to others to […]