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“Few understand the power of brands and consumers better than Simon Mainwaring. In We First he presents a truly compelling vision of how to transform that power to the benefit of society and the good of capitalism.”
Jeff JarvisAuthor of What Would Google Do?
“We First is a critical resource for corporate leaders and will inspire consumers, individually and collectively, to recognize their inherent strength. It is an invaluable blueprint for building this new societal structure we so urgently need.”
Philip SeibProfessor & Director, Center on Public Diplomacy, USC Annenberg School
“Mainwaring shows, with the rigor of an innovation researcher and the passion of a postmodern philanthropist, that capitalism needs not a revolution but an evolution.”
Maria PopovaEditor of Brain Pickings
“We First is as prescient as it is visionary – a must read for marketers and consumers intent on creating a prosperous future for all.”
Rishad TobaccowalaChief Strategy & Innovation Officer for VivaKi, Publicis Groupe
“Mainwaring is an inspiring leader that truly understands the dynamics in play in the new world of business, online consumer behavior, and how they can collaborate to rethink and rework paths to true global renewal.”
Brian SolisAward-winning author of Engage
“We First is more than a must read - it's a must do. Buy it, act it, and most importantly – LIVE IT!”
Gary VaynerchukAuthor of New York Times bestseller Crush It!
Nearly a century ago, Henry Ford said, "A business that makes nothing but money is a poor business." Simon Mainwaring explores that idea in depth, asserting not only that capitalism and social change should coexist, but giving examples of how they can.
Scott MontyGlobal Digital & Multimedia Communications Manager, Ford Motor Company
Today's consumer has the power to hold brands accountable. Simon Mainwaring's We First is the ultimate how-to guide for 21st century brand-building.
Robert Tercekformer President of Digital Media OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) & Founder, General Creativity
We First lays out a movement that looks to transform corporate America, providing plenty of food for thought for the business leaders of today and tomorrow.
Tony HsiehNew York Times bestselling author of "Delivering Happiness" and CEO of Zappos.com, Inc.
In the most important business book since Freakonomics, Simon Mainwaring’s transformational opus illustrates that doing good and doing well go hand-in-hand for 21st century corporations.
Jay SamitCEO SocialVibe and former EVP Sony Corporation of America
Simon Mainwaring is the new master of the 'three wins' - for your company, for you customers and for the planet.
Steve HaydenVice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide
Mainwaring shows how global brands can become a critical catalyst for creating sustainable capitalism and positive social change.
Dave HudsonCEO NM Incite, Nielsen & McKinsey
Put meaning back into your business by buying this book. Actually, buy two and give one away to someone who is also yearning to take their business to the next level.
Charlene LiAuthor of "Open Leadership" and Founder of Altimeter Group
The evolution of capitalism is putting We First. Mainwaring not only gets this, but helps us understand how to make it happen.
Jay Coen GilbertCo-founder B Corporations
We First elegantly demonstrates the power of turning me into we by aligning brands and consumers as social collaborators
Peter GuberChairman & CEO Mandalay Entertainment
We First will show you a path to creating a better world. Buy it today.
Valeria Maltoniauthor of Conversation Agent
This is exactly the book that the world needs right now. It’s our GPS for reaching the destination we must achieve: an intersection of business and consumerism that drives not just big profits but also greater good.
Katya AndresenCOO Network for Good and author, Robin Hood Marketing
By tapping into these powerful private sector forces, Mainwaring shows us how we transform capitalism to create a world we all want to live in.
Ryan ScottCEO of Causecast
Simon Mainwaring’s insights and recommendations about the power of brands and consumers demonstrate how businesses can enhance the triple bottom line - doing good while making a profit and saving our world.
Beth KanterCo-founder Zoetica and author of The Networked Non-Profit