Susan Boyle

If you’ve spent any time at all on Twitter and Facebook during the last week or so, you’ve undoubtably heard about KONY2012. The campaign by the nonprofit advocacy group Invisible Children centered around Joseph Kony, the Ugandan warlord and leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, a guerrilla group with a long and violent history that includes the kidnapping of children. With striking and dramatic imagery and Hollywood-style editing, the campaign video presents an utterly compelling message in the age of “social” media: by simply clicking “share,” you can make a difference in the world. And “share” the world did …

Made up by the countries of Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands, the Benelux is home to a well-developed direct marketing infrastructure. Combine that with its central location and you have a region worthy of consideration, as a target market as well as an entrance to the European continent. The Benelux is a good point of entry to Europe for three key reasons: 1. Direct marketing infrastructure: It has a "super infrastructure, not only for the region itself, but as a springboard for the rest of Europe," points out Jim Foster, managing director of DMC International. "The direct marketing infrastructure is in

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