Barriers to performing tasks are like friction. They are powerful forces working against someone performing the task, and must be overcome. The friction from significant barriers often cannot be overcome by signage, incentives and other methods of encouragement.
We engage people to give them a voice in the future of their communities. We have been doing so for 25 years, across Canada, and in many areas of interest.
We are the foremost practitioners of Community-Based Social Marketing in Canada, and have helped our clients foster sustainable behaviours across the country and abroad since 1993.
Working with non-profits, governments, and non-governmental organizations, we offer strategic planning and project management services in a range of disciplines.
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"Over the past several years we have worked with Ken to incorporate Community-Based Social Marketing to stop the spread of invasive species. The results we have seen have convinced us to integrate CBSM into all our outreach programs and we are really pleased to see the success in bringing about change."
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5 Bits of Behaviour Change Goodness Delivered to Your Inbox Every Friday Hi, folks, Technology can play an important role in changing behaviour. That is the good news. It also can foster problem behaviours. Ugh! Something I noticed We have
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