Author, Brandscaping Andrew M. Davis
Author, Brandscaping Andrew M. Davis

Brandscaping Author, Andrew M. Davis

Andrew Davis’ inspirational, unconventional, and sometimes controversial concepts are a product of his diverse life and business experiences. His childhood acting career makes him a highly-engaging and entertaining speaker at trade shows, conferences and corporate events around the world. His television writing and producing contributed to his theories on how to build a relationship with a valuable audience through the generation of great content powered by exceptional talent. He honed his marketing and product development skills in the first dotcom boom which shaped his business-oriented approach to driving real revenue and results. [pl_blockquote pull=”left” cite=”Andrew Davis’ Agent”] Drew Davis got his start in the media business at a young age appearing in television commercials and voicing over radio spots for brands like Cadbury, Chevrolet, Six Flags, and McDonalds.[/pl_blockquote] Finally, his co-founding of Tippingpoint Labs, led to the practical fusion of his varied experiences servicing brands that sell everything from consumer products to subscriptions.

Drew Davis got his start in the media business at a young age appearing in television commercials and voicing over radio spots for brands like Cadbury, Chevrolet, Six Flags, and McDonalds. By middle school, he’d started his first business – a magic and marionette show for kids – while he performed in operas and musicals with stars like Dame Joan Sutherland and Dukes of Hazard star, John Schneider.

[pl_blockquote pull=”right” cite=”Andrew M. Davis”] …producing segments for NBC’s Today Show, CNN, FoxNews, CNBC, the BBC, and many more. It’s there that he had the opportunity to pitch, write and produce segments for television icon Charles Kuralt’s syndicated program, American Moments.[/pl_blockquote] After graduating from Boston University’s College of Communication with a degree in Television and Film (and a minor in philosophy,) Drew stepped behind the camera, and off the stage, to start producing call-in, public affairs programming at a local television station. From there he helped support the growth of the cable news network explosion by joining VideoLink producing segments for NBC’s Today Show, CNN, FoxNews, CNBC, the BBC, and many more. It’s there that he had the opportunity to pitch, write and produce segments for television icon Charles Kuralt’s syndicated program, American Moments.

Drew chased his dream job to New York and landed as the production manager in the Muppet workshop for the Jim Henson company helping contribute to the success of television shows like Sesame Street and Bear in the Big Blue House, and films including Muppets From Space and Elmo in Grouchland. The technology boom in the late 1990s sparked his interest in new media and he road the wave through start-ups that included, The Stock Market Photo Agency, ThinkAgent Technologies and Sallie Mae Solutions, filling roles that ranged from marketing to product development.

In 2001, Drew and his business partner, James Cosco, founded Tippingpoint Labs as a fusion of their experience. Jim’s television background and training as a journalist, combined with Drew’s media, technology, and marketing expertise led to landing clients that ranged from financial services to consumer packaged goods and publishers to technology brands.

Today, as the chief strategy officer at Tippingpoint Labs, Drew rallies his team to change the way content creators think, authentic talent is nurtured, and how companies market their products. When he’s not at their Boston headquarters, he’s traveling the globe sharing his insight, experience, stories, and optimistic ideals through his wildly fascinating speaking engagements.

If you’ve made it all the way through this biography and want to learn more about Drew or tap into his creative approach to almost anything you can track him down at morekeynote.com, follow him on Twitter @tpldrew, or even give him a call at (617) 286-4009. He’ll be glad you did.