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April 8, 2014 Sex sells. Cars, directory enquiries, home insurance, detergent; whatever the product or service, most industries have used sex to stimulate consumer interest. There is a fine balance between the explicitness of the marketing provocation and the type of product being peddled.
April, 2014 When it comes down to it, the packaging of a condom doesn't typically matter during the rushed, midnight hunt for jimmy-caps. You just want to get it, get out, and eat a huge-ass sandwich afterwards. But the Sir Richard’s Condom Company comes into play and it suddenly dawns on you that not all prophylactics are created equal.
February 28, 2014 But men, too, might be interested in supporting charity-minded companies or avoiding "harsh additives" in the stuff they wrap their genitals with, and existing companies, like Sir Richard's, are already tapping that market.
February 14, 2014 Sir Richard's Condom Company -- the leading provider of premium condoms with no harmful chemicals (parabens, spermicide, or glycerin) -- announced today that it is inviting its fans to choose the next recipients of the condom donations generated by its ‘Buy one, Give one" social responsibility program.
February 10, 2014 In this day and age, everyone needs to be using condoms. They are as essential as brushing your teeth. I use condoms all the time... unless you are a family member reading this... then I don't use condoms because I'm a virgin and will stay that way until i'm married...Now back to the task at hand. Pun intended?
January 8, 2014 The world of fashion and condoms have finally collided to form the phenomenal product that the people, Sir Richard's Condom Company, are providing. I was a little apprehensive initially to write a review for a condom company; but when I did further research on Sir Richard's company I instantly changed my mind.
July 24, 2013 It's not traditionally the first choice of global activists, but given the impact male prophylactics can have on the spread of disease and unwanted pregnancy, maybe the condom business makes sense as a platform from which to change the world.
May 29, 2013 Condoms do two things really well: They prevent unwanted pregnancies, and they stop the spread of sexually-transmitted diseases. Doing both can have a broad effect on a community's overall health, especially in developing nations where people have limited access to medical care.
June 18, 2012 These days, it's hard for companies to catch the eye of consumers. In our industry, it's easy to come across as too serious, which doesn't always make for memorable advertising. Consumers are skeptical and they don't trust anyone. They're not wowed by labels and certifications, but prefer companies to tell it like it is.
May 18, 2012 When it comes to sex, everyone has their personal preferences; those things -- or people -- that they're just not that into. Now condom maker Sir Richard's is encouraging women everywhere to state their "Vagina Rules" loud and clear.
September 25, 2011 In 2009 Gerson founded Sir Richard's, which donates one condom to a developing nation for every one sold. He says his inspiration came not from B-school but from Buddhism, which he studied for five years after college.
January 13, 2011 If you get excited about having safe sex, prepare to be tantalized. There are new condoms on the market and they're pretty damn sexy. It's time to ditch the Trojan man and meet your knight in shinning armor. Let me introduce you to Sir Richard's, who claim they make the world's finest condoms; and I have to agree.
December 6, 2010 If Don Draper were walking among us, we're betting he'd count this as a pretty clever sell: Sir Richard's, a new condom startup, is advertising its wares not by promises of hair-pulling, nail-scratching pleasure, but rather economics. Simply put, it costs so much to have a damn kid that you better not have one by accident.
November 10, 2010 The business model behind Tom's is so brilliant, it's a wonder no one's copied it until now: Take an attractive and useful product, price it well, sell it everywhere, and turn the entire operation into a charity movement.