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Brain Drain, Creative Economy plan Twitter forum

Mississippi’s Creative Economy Twitter feed is hosting a conversation beginning on Thursday at 7:00 PM. Twitter users can follow the Tweets during that time posted by @MSCreativeEcon and use of the #msCreative hashtag is also encouraged. “We’ll be discussing how innovation is a real economic driver moving Mississippi forward, and how our investment in STEM education and training, technology, and ...

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Agency meets its clients needs in the ever-changing world of technology

Mastering the constantly changing world of technology while balancing those changes with clients’ needs keeps the Maris West & Baker advertising agency vital. The Jackson-based agency was founded in 1970, and the Gordon Marks agency merged with it in 1990. Peter Marks, a third-generation advertising executive, is president of Maris West & Baker. “Things are changing so fast. We try ...

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Tim Mask tries to stop the ‘brain drain’

Tim Mask is vice president of brand planning and development with Maris, West & Baker advertising. He is the founder of the Mississippi Brain Drain Commission, which is devoted to keeping Mississippi’s homegrown intellectual capital in Mississippi. Q — What is the mission of the Mississippi Brain Drain Commission? A — The direct mission of the Mississippi Brain Drain Commission ...

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MBJ-TV: 'Social Super Bowl'

By Stephen McDill See related video: http://msbusiness.com/blog/2011/02/social-super-bowl/ Popular Super Bowl commercial titans like Mercedes, E-Trade and Coca-Cola are now chasing after audiences on the Internet through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Randy Lynn, creative director for Jackson advertising agency Maris, West & Baker, tells MBJ-TV that many familiar brands are adding social media to their annual advertising budgets, budgets that were ...

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Social Super Bowl

JACKSON- Maris West & Baker’s Randy Lynn talks with MBJ-TV about Super Bowl XLV and how many familiar brands are adding social media to their annual advertising budgets. Popular Super Bowl commercial titans like Mercedes, E-Trade and Coca-Cola are now chasing after fans on the Internet through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

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