Malcolm Evans is
an independent consultant and pioneer in applying semiotics to brand strategy and communication. Malcolm specializes in helping brands communicate more honestly and effectively in the context of today's dramatic changes in values, technologies and behaviours. Author of numerous articles, conference papers and Signifying Nothing, one of the first books to apply semiotic thinking to an understanding of Shakespeare’s work in its cultural contexts.
Troy Potter is a PhD candidate at Monash University, Australia. His research interests include representations of belonging, gender, sexuality, and disability in children’s and young adult literature.
Asunción Álvarez is a Founding Partner at Soluciones Semánticas, a
communications consultancy specialising in the analysis and evaluation
of business and brand discourse through the use of computational
techniques. She holds a B.A. in Computational Linguistics and an M.A.
in Cognitive Science from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, as
well as a Ph.D. in Philosophy from King’s College London.