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Transcript of Nestle Greenpeace
"Good Food, Good Life"
Independent global campaigning organization
Research, lobbying, quiet diplomacy
High-profile, non-violent conflict
Nestle vs. GREENPEACE
"A Kat Fight"
"We exist to expose environmental criminals, and to challenge government and corporations when they fail to live up to their mandate to safeguard our environment and our future."
Where are They Now?
Social Media Disaster
Poorly trained spokespeople
No key message
"Give Rainforests a Break"
Other brands have discovered that being more ethical is good business why has Nestle not? greenpeace.org/kitkat #KitKat
give the orangutan a break Stop Nestle using palm oil from destroyed rain forests http://bit.ly/Kitkat #kitkat #nestle
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Greenpeace. (2013), About us. Retrieved November 12, 2013 from http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/about/
MILMAN, O. (2010). Social problems for brands. B&T Magazine, 60(2721), 8.
Nestle. (2013). Brands a-z. Retrieved November 16, 2013 from http://www.nestle.com/brands
Laird, K. (2010). CRISIS TALKS. Marketing Magazine, 115(8), 30-31.
Reuters, Thomas. (2013). Nestle named one of the world's top ten most reputable companies. The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved November 17, 2013 from http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nestle-named-one-of-the-worlds-top-ten-most-reputable-companies-2013-04-10
Shreeves, Robin. (2010). Greenpeace and nestle in a kat fight. Forbes. Retrieved November 10, 2013 from http://www.forbes.com/2010/03/18/kitkat-greenpeace-palm-oil-technology-ecotech-nestle.html
Top ten most reputable company
Highest food and beverage
Jobs to young Europeans
Sinar Mas suspended
Partnership with The Forest Trust
Responsible Sourcing Guidelines
100% sustainable sourcing
No deforestation footprint policy
If you were Nestle's spokesperson, how would you have handled their Facebook page?
How could Nestle have been better prepared for this type of crisis?
Digital acceleration team
24 hour social media monitor
Open lines of communication
Company wide social media education
"Brands have to be able to defend themselves in the social media [sphere], but in a constructive way that clarifies the situation"
Apex Public Relations.
Social media influence
Value of spokesperson
Two way communication
Food for Thought
Why were the Greenpeace tactics so effective in generating buzz?
"Companies need to remember to get off their high horse and realize the logo is not iconography"
- Daniel Torchia