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Do you trust the brands you buy from?

There’s no doubt there are some businesses out there are a little…shady. But do they have awesome products and unbeatable prices? Unfortunately, yes. Due to this, many people decide to buy from corporations that they don’t fully trust or believe in. Some are completely confident that they’re money is going towards a solid organization. Others think companies shouldn't separate ethics from the way in which they make money. What do you think? 

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No one’s perfect: not humans, and certainly not the companies they run. There’s always going to be something someone finds fault with one company, whether it be where they source their products from or whether or not they use certain environmentally unfriendly materials. That doesn’t mean they’re completely untrustworthy.

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At the end of the day, companies are just looking to make money. They don’t have to tick off all the moral boxes for the good of society. 

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Sure, we shop at them, but if we were falling backwards, we don’t think the brands we buy from would catch us. Money and ethics don’t have to be two separate entities, but it seems that most brands make more of an effort to keep them apart as much as possible. Where have all the good brands gone?

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Do we give them our money? Yes. Would we be happier giving it to a business that’s good all the way around? Absolutely. That’ll be the day, though. 

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Culture
Do you trust the brands you buy from?
A festive crown for the winner
#ITrustBrands
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