Premise Joins Other Innovators to Form Unlock Aid: Disrupting an Antiquated International Development System

In mid-September, Premise’s CEO, Maury Blackman, joined 19 other organizations in signing an open letter to USAID Administrator Samantha Power. The letter announced the creation of Unlock Aid—a coalition of more than twenty leaders and innovative organizations uniting to drive structural change in global development, starting with our public institutions. Public money for international development

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Over 20% of Premise Contributors Are Earning Bitcoin Through Surveys

Did you know that a massive subset of the global population does not have a traditional bank account? An easy assumption to make would be that most of this population lives in low- and middle-income emerging markets. In reality, even in high GDP countries, a large number of people are being excluded from traditional financial

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The Demise of Greenwashing, Powered By The Crowd

The universal appeal of Green It is difficult to deny the stress that 7 billion plus humans are placing on our planet. Compounding the challenges that come with so many people, rising affluence in big economies is accelerating the need for ever more products. More packaging. More stuff that has to be moved from one

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Crowdsourced Sustainability: A Competitive Supply Chain

It is apparent now more than ever that social and environmental issues are influencing business strategies, especially when it comes to supply chains. An organization’s success is determined not just by the financial metrics (which can sometimes provide a limited view of a company’s value), but also the non-financial metrics, such as Environmental, Social and

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To our Contributors

To our Contributors,  We’ve been receiving an influx of messages regarding payment failure since September 20th.  We understand your concerns and have worked around the clock to find the root cause of the issue in order to provide our Contributors with an acceptable solution. While the majority of our Contributors using the Premise app adhere

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How We’d Solve It: Seltzers vs. Ready-to-Drink Cocktails

Hard seltzers and ready-to-drink cocktails have grown in popularity quickly over the past couple of years. That growth trajectory is expected to continue over the next five years. Data from market research firm Grand View Research projects that sales of ready-to-drink cocktails will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1% through 2027,

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The Elevated Apple Shopping Experience at Target

A few months ago, Target announced an enhanced Apple shopping experience for its guests. Building on their existing partnership with Apple, the new destination combines Apple’s newest products with Target’s convenience as a retail hub. As the new store-within-a-store debuted in select locations across the country, we asked our Contributors to report on their experiences

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Premise Peace Corps Alumni Spotlight: Liz McQuade

Premise’s growth is being driven by employees that bring a diverse array of backgrounds and skills to our company.  We are launching a new series spotlighting our employees who have served in the Peace Corps. Every year, thousands of people join the Peace Corps to drive change in developing nations. They travel to remote locations

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Say Hello, to the New Logo

Say hello to our new logo!  Today, we’re thrilled to introduce the new Premise logo, our first big step towards revamping the Premise brand to better reflect our upward momentum in the data aggregation market. Here’s why we decided to move in this new direction. The old logo played a pivotal role in helping to

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Unrest in Tunisia: Survey Results Paint a Complex Picture

The nearly 10-year-old Tunisian democracy has been severely tested over the past year.  Tunisia has endured several rounds of protests, economic headwinds, and a worsening COVID-19 situation. But arguably the biggest test came in late July 2021, when President Kais Saied suspended Parliament and removed the Prime Minister, throwing the long-term fate of democracy in

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No One Leaves Home for a Simple Reason:

More migrants from the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras crossed or attempted to cross the border in the first half of 2021 than in all of 2020.1  While COVID-19 may have slowed migration in 2020, it was temporary, and the numbers are rising again.  We know that the broad root causes

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