In this episode of the Build Your Brand podcast, host Jeff Echols explores the power of purpose-driven branding through the lens of Southwest Airlines. Learn how Southwest Airlines went beyond being a low-cost carrier to becoming a symbol of freedom and connection for the common man. Join Jeff as he delves into Southwest’s philosophy of competing with ground transportation rather than other airlines, highlighting Herb Kelleher’s practical example of purpose-driven decision-making. Discover how Southwest Airlines identified and rallied around their ideal customer, like Katie Riley, whose heartwarming story showcases the airline’s impact on people’s lives. Throughout the episode, Jeff emphasizes the importance of defining your ideal client and aligning your brand story with their needs and values. Drawing parallels to the Star Wars saga, he illustrates how Southwest Airlines’ focus on their ideal customer set them apart from competitors and contributed to their remarkable success.
If you’re ready to transform your brand and forge meaningful connections with your ideal customers, tune in and gain valuable insights that will revolutionize your approach to branding.
AIA CES Program ID #: GMG.0020
Approved Type: Elective
Approved Credit Hrs: 0.25 LU
Program Length: 17:28 Minutes
Program Level: Entry
Category: Practice Management
Instructional Delivery Method(s):
- 17:28 Minutes
Approved Learning Units and Type:
- 0.25 LU|ELECTIVE
AIA CES Program Approval Expiration Date:
- Approved: 05/26/2023
- Expiration: 05/26/2026
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