International Week 2017 | Communication Studies

International Week 2017 | Communication Studies

Valdemar Domingos

Valdemar is Business Lead at Anomaly, an international creative agency founded in 2004 in New York. Anomaly is a difficult to define, but exciting to work at ‘new model’ agency with more offices in London, Toronto, Shanghai and Amsterdam. Their blue chip client roster includes Nike Inc’s Converse & Umbro, Diageo, Budweiser, P&G, PepsiCo, Beat by Dre and T-Mobile.

After graduating at the Hogeschool Rotterdam just over 12 years ago he worked in London for global brands like Sony Ericsson, Microsoft, Samsung, Virgin, Nintendo and Jose Cuervo Tequila and was responsible for managing their international advertising campaigns. From brand strategies to TV ads, from digital innovations to social media campaigns.

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Georges Bloemen

Georges Bloemen (Antwerp 1960)
Solving management challenges with bright marketing communication ideas since 1981. Propelling for brands and corporations where needed most. Generalist by nature, specialist by design: strategy, creative and client management. Proven track record with long-term and recidivist clients. Pioneering professional education in communication disciplines. 

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Eva Moeraert

Eva Moeraert worked for 11 years for the public broadcast company in Belgium. Now she’s an independent radio producer and radio-teacher. She makes reports for radio, online magazines and podcasts. And she’s starting her own podcast this year.

Jane Gamble

Jane Gamble has a B.A. Hons degree in Social and Political Sciences from Selwyn College, Cambridge University and an MPhil in International Relations and Politics from Cambridge University.

She also holds a DELTA (Cambridge University assessment) qualification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.  She has worked as Director of Studies at language schools and run her own business offering English courses and teacher training. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Jane has taught at Southampton Solent University on Professional Practice and Management, Cross-cultural Communication, European Business Contexts, Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Working in the Media Industry, Introduction to the International Workplace, Project Proposal and Background to the UK Economy. She is currently working on her Phd thesis, which is on Cross-cultural communication.
Jane is convinced that developing your Cross-Cultural competence will boost your career prospects and is looking forward to sharing what she has learnt.

Elize Brolsma

Elize works as an international public relations specialist for and their Italian platform Before she started at Werkspot she worked as a PR executive for a national law firm in Manchester, England. She gained a lot of expertise in both commercial and non-profit organisations. From a commercial PR Agency to the VU University Amsterdam, she has a solid experience in both specialized PR work and broader internal/external communication roles.

Audrey Kabla

Strengthened by 14 years of experience in Couture, Watch-making and Hotels around the world, Audrey Kabla, expert in Luxury Brand management, is the co-Founder of Epykomene, international Luxury marketing and French know-how agency.

« Brand booster », Epykomène is exclusively dedicated to Brand planning and development, giving a unique consistent yet visionary approach to its client strategies in France and high consumption of Luxury areas such as America, Asia, Middle East and Europe.

Avant-gardist and passionate, Audrey KABLA also appreciates spending time sharing her experience with Luxury and Fashion MBA/Master students in France (Inseec, Esg, Ionis) as well as in the United States (Fashion Institute of Technology, Berkeley College, LIM, Monmouth etc.). She has been the Director of the Luxury marketing & communication Master of Sup de Pub, INSEEC Group in Paris since 2013.