Alberto Benbunan

In the mid 1990's, he founded several successful Internet start-up companies in Venezuela such as Ticketron Venezuela (tickets for events by phone and Internet), Webtron (Internet Project developments), Promotron (Events and Promotions Organizer) and TuCupon LLC. CEO (Offline and Online discount coupons). When he moved to Europe, he was appointed European Business Development Director at MobileSpear and later International Business Development Manager at Marca’s Newspaper, the most read newspaper in Spain (Grupo Recoletos part of Pearson Group).

In 2004, he founded "Mobile Dreams Factory" one of the leading European mobile marketing and advertising agencies with offices in Spain, Mexico and United States. Since its inception, Mobile Dreams has been involved in the mobile area with innovative campaigns. Mobile Dreams has been awarded with many different international awards such as MMA Awards, Cannes Lions, Eurobest, El Sol, etc. Currently, Mobile Dreams is working with several high profile customers such as Vodafone, Repsol, Mahou, Coca-Cola, L’Oreal, P&G among others. Alberto has been the treasurer at the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) EMEA and Member of the Executive Committee Globally.

He has demonstrated leadership as Chairman of the Global Committee of mobile coupons and as Chairman of Global Proximity Committee of the MMA. Alberto is a professor of Emerging Media and Mobile Marketing and Academic Director at IE Business School (considered among the top 10 business schools in the world by FT and Newsweek).

Mr. Benbunan works in many different non-profit organizations in Europe and Israel; and is author of “Correo Electronico en una semana” a book published by Gestion2000 of Editorial Planeta.

Ramak Radmard

Ramak Radmard is an award winning, creative and resourceful product development professional with a solid background in design, development, manufacturing, branding, product introductions, system thinking and business design. Ramak Radmard studied Industrial Design and Architecture at Carleton University. He worked as a Development Engineer for Rolls Royce before establishing Lucidream in 1999.

His work is a marriage of art and technology, the eloquent balance between form and function. His experience extends from aerospace, engineering, industrial design and architecture to business development and management of all aspects of design and distribution. He believes innovation should not come at the cost of functionality, honesty and purity of design. The distinguishing factor in any product lies in the value it adds to the user, in terms of functionality, aesthetics, price and the environmental impacts.