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Statistics all Canadian Cause Marketers Should Know

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Ipsos Marketing 2015

95% of Canadians agree that companies supporting good causes is a good idea.

84% of Canadian claim they would switch brands to the one affiliated with a good cause if price and quality were similar.

Canadians prefer that companies support causes that are:

International (13%)
National (37%)
Local (50%)

Havas Worldwide Project Superbrand: 10 Truths Reshaping the Corporate World

Among Canadians,

72% want companies to fight injustice

80% want companies to improve the communities in which they operate

77% want companies to be transparent

84% want companies to improve the lives of its employees

 

2015 Cone Communications/Ebiquity Global CSR Study

19% of Canadian consumers believe companies have made a significant positive impact on social and environmental issues (vs. 27% global average).

 

In the past 12 months, Canadians report having:

Donated 70% (vs. 61% global average)

Volunteered 46% (vs. 40% global average)

 

89% believe companies could do a better job showing how CSR efforts are relevant to them.

 

Cause-Related Research

statisticsBe sure to access ‘Statistics All Canadian Cause Marketers Should Know‘ – this overview piece provides a quick look at important Canadian-focused research.

Thanks to the thought leadership of a number of agencies and organizations, companies and causes have a rich trove of studies to dig into that shed light on consumer, employee and executive attitudes and behaviors.

We partnered with Ipsos Reid to conduct a first-of-its kind study of the Canadian marketplace. You’ll find the highlights here.

These are some of the organizations that produce cause marketing-related studies or reports on a regular basis:


Cone

For nearly two decades, this agency focused primarily on cause branding and nonprofit marketing has delivered regular reports on consumer attitudes and expectations in the realm of cause marketing and cause branding. Recent global reports specifically break out data on Canadian consumers. Read more


Edelman

The largest independent global PR firm, Edelman publishes several annual global surveys of consumer attitudes and expectations in the realm of social purpose including expectations of brands and companies.  Read more


IEG Sponsorship Report

This perpetually updated online report focuses on all types of corporate sponsorship, sports, arts, cause and entertainment marketing. The majority of industry-wide sponsorship statistics (size of market, segment growth, etc.) hail from this source.  Read more


Nielsen

Research giant Nielsen started reporting publicly on the cause marketing and social responsibility space starting in 2011. With a wide, global focus, Nielsen has released a new report approximately every two years.  Read more


Havas

In Project Superbrand: 10 Truths Reshaping the Corporate World, Havas Worldwide seeks to understand how the movement toward corporate social responsibility has evolved over the years. The report specifically breaks out Canadian data. Access the report here.