TAI hosts 14th Annual Exxon Mobil Lecture Series with David Baldwin

 Tuesday, February 6, 2018 TAI hosted “Navigating the Belief Economy” with David Baldwin at the Angelika Film Center.

Each year TAI hosts lectures and events, as part of the ExxonMobil Lecture Series, to promote corporate and advertising ethics. This series is one of many ways that TAI advocates its motto “Better Advertising. Better World.”

Baldwin is the founder of Baldwin&, a Raleigh, N.C.-based company that was named Small Agency of the Year twice in its first five years by Ad Age and the 4A’s. The former chairman of the One Club in NYC, Baldwin was also an executive producer for the Emmy-winning film Art & Copy, and an associate producer for the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning film The Loving Story. His advertising has been recognized by The One Show, Cannes, D&AD, the Clios, the Effies, the Andy Awards, the MPA Kellys, Communication Arts and more.

At this year’s ExxonMobil Lecture Series, Baldwin shared insights about The Belief Economy and discussed the power of a belief-driven brand, the era of consumerism, shared beliefs, giving back to society, and more. A Belief Driven Brand is a brand that stands for something bigger than what they do “by attaching profit to the simple idea of making good things happen for people, we can transform the world,” Baldwin explained.

TAI undergrads and faculty enjoying the event
TAI’s MA in Advertising Program

 

 

 

 

“If you had the chance to make the world better, why wouldn’t you? – David Baldwin.

In case you missed the event, you can learn more about “Baldwin&” here, and obtain a copy of his new acclaimed book The Belief Economy: How to Give a Damn, Stop Selling, and Create Buy-In here.

2015 ExxonMobil Lecture Announced – David Salyers, VP Marketing, Chick-fil-A

David Salyers, Vice President of Marketing at Chick-fil-A will discuss the connection between relationships and ROI for marketers. 

640px-Chikin_is_Brain_Food_Cow_Chick-fil_A-with-Portrait Expand your marketing know-how and share some brain food.

Insights from the man who helped build Chick-fil-A into the marketing powerhouse it is today.

  • Wednesday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m. Lecture at 7:00 p.m.
  • Drinks & Finger Foods Served
  • Angelika Theater – Mockingbird Station, 5321 E. Mockingbird Ln., Dallas
  • Free Parking

Free and open to the public, RSVP requested.