VOX believes companies can be a force for societal good and that “doing good” drives business. Vox helps its clients meet the challenges and opportunities ahead by developing, implementing and communicating corporate responsibility initiatives that are both good for their businesses and for the communities around them.
VOX helps leading companies such as AT&T, Bank of America, The Hershey Company, Kellogg’s and the World Business Council for Social Development (WBCSD) navigate the process of developing and executing CSR initiatives. Vox tells their stories to important internal and external audiences. Its counsel and collaboration has helped clients earn top corporate reputation awards such as the #1 Best Corporate Citizen Award (CR Magazine), one of Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies and The Civic 50’s Most Community Minded Companies.
Beyond client work, VOX is committed to raising awareness and visibility for crucial CSR issues, including supporting corporate efforts leading into the 2015 UN Climate Change negotiations in Paris. Most recently, VOX worked with WBCSD and The Kellogg Company to write and place an Open Letter of support for the message of climate change action contained in the Pope’s Encyclical, Laudato Si’. Ninety three global companies signed the letter in support.
One initiative Vox has worked on in recent years is AT&T Aspire, a long-term $350 million commitment to education that has benefited over one million students in all fifty states and provided support to more than 1,000 high-performing organizations.
VOX has been involved from the beginning in 2008, helping the company build, launch and evolve Aspire. Vox has provided ongoing support and counsel on strategy, messaging, executive positioning, partnerships and communications. In the fall of 2014 and spring of 2015, Vox helped the company develop and launch a national reputation campaign, including 30 second commercial spots, online and digital advertising and grassroots events. That campaign alone generated more than 270 million impressions directed at audiences that mattered most to the company.