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Sense-of-mission marketing

Sense-of-mission marketing refers to a principle of sustainable marketing that holds a company should define its mission in broad social terms rather than narrow product terms. When a company defines a social mission, employees feel better about their work and have a clearer sense of direction. Brands linked with broader missions can serve the best long-run interests of both the brand and consumers.

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