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Mutant & nocomputer

How much colour does your grey matter have?

Hours and dates

  • Oct 27 from 12:20 to 13:00

The place

La Bourse

Language

English

AboutInnie Tran & Hannah Patronoudis

Innie Tran, Client Director, Mutant

Innie is a Belgian Advertising School graduate. She started her career at LDV United (WPP group) and worked on award winning campaigns like ‘The race is ours’ from Het Nieuwsblad and Special Olympics’ campaigns ‘Dare to play’ and ‘Dare to sponsor’. In 2020 she mutated and worked on award winning campaigns ‘Now’s the time to stare’ for Paralympic Team Belgium ‘Missed you stranger’ and ‘Last Metal Standing’ for StuBru to name a few.

Hannah Patronoudis, Managing Partner, nocomputer

As Managing Partner, Hannah rose through the company starting as an intern back in 2018. Learning everything from chatbots to AI, in all its forms, she helped develop prototypes at Craftworkz. Hannah was cut out to lead Craftworkz’ new focus: helping creative agencies as a technical partner to validate their most innovative ideas. As from 2022 she has found a partner in crime and you can find her team often working together with nocomputer since they share the same passion, drive and focus to elevate creative projects with creative tech

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ConferencesHow much colour does your grey matter have?

Mutant and nocomputer present ‘Think in Colour’, a campaign created for current affairs magazine Knack, a publication open to variety of thought and nuances of opinion.’Think in Colour’ examines how colourful a person’s thinking is.  It was developed in collaboration with psychologists at the renowned University of Brussels (VUB) which specialises in human sciences, and measures different variables such as empathy, open-mindedness, flexibility and intellectual curiosity.Find out how Think in Colour opened the debate on how we see the world and how we talk to each other.

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