Paul Dunn is a widely respected business leader and four-time TEDx speaker. He was one of the original employees of Hewlett-Packard’s Australian division and went on to found a marketing firm that has assisted the growth of countless businesses. He is a disruptor both in business and in generosity, with the non-profit organization he chairs, B1G1 (Buy One Get One), enabling corporations to easily give back right into their business structures, creating over 164 million giving impacts to date.
In this episode, Paul discusses the tragedy that spurred him to donate on the spot, why so many companies are hesitant to give back, and his belief in “the power of small.”
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