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Bruno Byington Neto De Figueiredo is a Director within the fields of creative enterpreneuralism – focused on visual & interaction design, strategic partnerships in the likes of brand communication (Above the line, below the line, interactive and point of sale) and eager on endeavors in the pearls, filled within the return of investments of multiple shapes. A centralized focus that grew from an early account management experience and sale arising scope was developed to the like of visual arts – finally growing and metamorphosing into strategic and cognitive anthropology & interactivity driving manners. A passion for editorial driven work and the presence within conferences as TEDx, OFFF or the Autodesk Entertainment series brought the brazilian citizen to a like minded audience, he can motivate and learn from, guide and engage with as grow from it's differentiated perspectives for beneficial forward thinking grasps at a mixture of industries that are not only contaminated with irrelevant and insufficient attitude shifts but also highly imaginable desperate for innovating paths in which it's not about the newest technological gadget, idea or the next big thing but about creating emotional and associative engagements. Differentiated views should be seen as a lead to growth like a fall should not be in a necessity interpreted with failure but with investment and growth. Byington doesn't recall counting environments or opportunities he diminished only due to a different perspective on matters. At the end he knows, it wouldn't be worth working across an environment that claims to be in a communicative niche but carries an attitude that forbids exchange in opinions. What do you believe in? What do you ask for when change is a process that can't be procrastinated and evaluated like the number of your employee's at YOUR agency who may follow a desire to grow from opportunities, create work they own and contaminate passion all over their engagements?
De Figueiredo believes that creative department are dead across agency environments weighing the loss and win of accounts whilst also tossing their media arrangements around ridiculous hemispheres.