How Companies Can Avoid Getting Canceled

There are many things businesses can do to not bring on self-inflicted harm.

May 13, 2021 4 min read

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Cancel culture can be as damaging to your company, specifically, as it often is to celebrities overall.

This phenomenon—in which an individual or group stops supporting a famous person or product—is most commonly associated with . The act of “canceling” could mean boycotting an actor’s movies, refusing to purchase books written by an author, or declining to use certain brands.

For a , this type of rabid retribution can be disastrous if customers leave or streams

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