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Arief Fauzy

Arief is a budding cultural researcher and semiotician, with a BA (Hons) in International Media & Communications from the University of Nottingham, focusing on cultural studies. Aiming to grow as a communications analyst by applying cultural insights toward consumer engagement and brand development strategies, his Third Culture Kid upbringing has led to particular interest in the negotiation of transnational identities, intercultural relations, and the nuances of cultural meaning. He is also fascinated by popular culture phenomena and emergent cultures.

Bucharest, Romania

João Paulo Cavalcanti

João (27) has a degree in Social Communications from PUCRS an is cofounder and VP of BOX 1824 (www.box1824.com), the renowned Brazilian consumption and behavior trends research company. BOX is active in emerging markets, such as BRIC and Latin America. João is also partner and cofounder of Brazilian creative hotshop LiveAD (www.livead.com.br). João also invests in web and technology companies, working on startup projects such as the news search engine www.Busk.com and the casual games studio aQuiris (www.aquiris.com.br).

Sao Paulo, Brasil

Martha Arango

Martha Arango is a Colombian semiotician based in Sweden. MSc in Communication Sciences specialising in semiotics from the National University of Mexico. Experience working with qualitative research & semiotics in Mexico at INRA and Arango & Asociados. Later in Sweden at Demoskop & TNS-SIFO. Now working as consultant at Arango Semiotics and with Beyond Research. Semiotics projects for global clients including Unilever, Diageo, IKEA, Procter & Gamble. Guest lecturer at the University of Stockholm, Berghs School of Communication and The Royal institute of Technology in Sweden.

Stockholm, Sweden