Andrew Davis

Author - Brandscaping, Author
Charlestown, MA, United States

About Andrew


Andrew Davis is a bleeding-edge marketing futurist and author for the publishing, entertainment, and consumer packaged-goods industries. His 20-year career has taken him from local television to The Today Show. He's worked for The Muppets in New York and marketed for tiny start-ups as well as Fortune 500 brands. For over a decade Andrew acted as the Chief Strategy Officer at Tippingpoint Labs, where he rallied his team to lead the charge to change the way publishers think and how brands market their products. Today, Andrew travels the world sharing his innovative ideas as a speaker, consultant and guest lecturer. Andrew's concepts help reshape the way you think, enabling you to navigate the overwhelming and sometimes confusing digital landscape.



Areas of Expertise

Magazines, Newspapers, Publishing & New Media, Television & Media , Content & Strategy, journalism - print and web, Writing - , Marketing , Video - Directing, Deisgn, Writing, Editing, Cinematography, Pro

An idea worth spreading

It took three years and 36 hand-written letters for Andrew Davis to land his dream job at the Muppets in New York City. Twenty-years later, after building and selling his own advertising agency, he’s at it again. This time, he’s using his hand-written notes to revitalize the newspaper industry.
Warren Buffett is one of the only people investing in newspapers. Buffett’s purchased almost eighty ‘papers in the last year alone. Every Monday, since October of 2012, Andrew’s been delivering hand-written advice on how we can save the newspaper business.
Writing letters to some of the most influential people in the world has taught Drew a lot about how to land your dream job: write a resume for the job you want not the jobs you’ve had; don’t write about you, write about we; don’t apply for the jobs available, make yourself available to them; start at the top; and, do what no one else is doing. If you want to land your dream job, stop dreaming and start doing.

I'm passionate about

I'm passionate about revitalizing newspapers. I'm excited about revolutionizing the media world. I'm challenged by changing the way people thing. I love finding opportunities in change.