Chris Kreinczes, Springwise Managing Director, is responsible for overseeing all ongoing projects and content development. Chris previously worked as a planner at some of the UK’s leading branding agencies, including The Marketing Store, before joining the Barbican Centre and Southbank Centre’s marketing and creative teams. He holds a first class degree in English Literature from the University of Leeds and now works from Springwise’s London headquarters. Chris also writes a column for Forbes and is available for comment and speaking engagements. Chris can be reached at email@example.com.
Reinier Evers founded both Springwise and trendwatching.com. Reinier is an accomplished trend watcher, entrepreneur and presenter. trendwatching.com scans the globe for the most promising consumer trends and insights, which it publishes in a free monthly briefing.
Katherine Noyes is a freelance writer with 20 years of experience in business and high-tech publishing. She also teaches university courses in consumer behaviour, services marketing and online journalism.
Sophie Barnes, Springwise Editor, has a background in editing and writing for a number of publications ranging from arts and current affairs magazines to legal journals. Prior to Springwise she edited a magazine for the London Symphony Orchestra and has recently completed a masters in journalism.
Tom Hughes is a freelance writer with a background in copywriting, web editing and graphic design. He also currently works for The Campaign for Drawing and the Center for International Media Ethics.
James Rennie has a background in content management and business development and works to create Springwise’s content partnerships across print and digital media.
Graeme George is the lead web developer at Springwise. After graduating with a web design and development degree, he worked with a number of design agencies and spent a year as a freelancer.
More than 15,000 Springspotters in over 70 nations worldwide have joined Springwise’s Springspotter Network, notifying us via email whenever they spot something of interest: new trends, new business ideas, new advertising campaigns. More info at Springspotters.