Callum Negus-Fancey, founded Lets Go Crazy aged 17: a 16+ dance events company selling-out events across London and the South East. Building on this success he established Youth Army, an advocacy marketing company, drawing on his firsthand experience of Youth market wants and needs. A leading figure in new media and advocacy marketing, Callum concentrates on campaign creation and consulting brands. Callum has been named a leading Entrepreneur by The Independent and The Times and presides over a number of boards and conferences
Charlie Gavins has worked in music and business management since 2006, representing acts such as Deadmau5; Calvin Harris, Nero and Stanton Warriors. In 2009 Charlie moved to LA to set up Three Six Zero group's North American office. Moving from Three Six Zero Group, Charlie works closely with Callum on Youth Army and draws on his experience of building and maintaining global brands and businesses
Chris Palengat's career in advertising began in 1982 when he joined JWT in Madrid as an account executive before moving to BMP DDB. He moved to Abbott Mead Vickers in 1990 as an account director, working across a range of accounts including Royal Bank of Scotland, the Health Education Authority, and Rolling Rock. As Worldwide Director of Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon Group he currently focuses on the Kraft Foods account.