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The Davey Awards is an international creative award focused exclusively on honoring outstanding creative work from the best small firms worldwide. The 2009 Davey Awards received over 4,000 entries from ad agencies, interactive agencies, production firms, in-house creative professionals, graphic designers, design firms, and public relations firms.
Over the years I have read nearly 100 books on topics related to faith and work, the social value of business, social entrepreneurship, theological treatises on economics and the like. As a part of my PhD research and work as a consultant and employee of a few different organizations, including HOPE International and the International Mission Board, I have interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs, and researched dozens of businesses. This is what Ive come to so far.
Advertising International (Comedia) by Armand Mattelart. $9.35. Author: Armand Mattelart. Publisher: Taylor & Francis; Revised edition (March 14, 2007). 262 pages. A survey of the changes in the advertising industry in the last twenty years including coverage of the emergence of international conglomerates and the diversification of the agencies into public relations and media buying. Show more Show less
'I'm So Committed to This. I Lead a Multifaith Life.' Chelsea Clinton By Ian Wilhelm Chelsea Clinton, the only child of former President Bill Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, grabbed headlines recently when NBC News hired her as a special correspondent to report on the charitable work of everyday Americans. More quietly, Ms. Clinton also serves as an assistant vice provost for the Global Network University at New York University. She took the job in 2010, after wor...
My name is Sean Conard and I am an International Relations major at Drake. I studied in Rabat, Morocco in the fall of 2011 and if it wasn't for that pesky "money" or those lame "responsibilities," I'd absolutely still be there. I went to Morocco to gain some lessons that maybe can be taught in an American classroom, but can't be felt and known until one dives headlong into a totally different life situation.