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Rob Schuham is Founding Insurgent, along with Alex Bogusky, of FearLess Revolution; a strategic and creative think-tank, consultancy, new venture startup accelerator and media laboratory. Alongside Alex's role as CMO for Former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, Rob functions as Chief Buzz Officer for the effort.

Rob is also a Founding Partner of Undercurrent, a global think tank where he consults on far-reaching digital and social strategy, helping to design architectures and campaigns for some of the largest brands in the world. His clients include Millennium Promise, GE, Richemont Group, Land Rover, E*Trade, PepsiCo, Levi’s, Johnson & Johnson and others.

Rob also founded, and is CEO of, Action Marketing, an award-winning experiential and digital agency, concepting and executing what's never been done before for brands such as Pepsi, Izze, Naked Juice, Adidas, Ford Motor Company, Comcast, the NBA and many others.

Prior to starting his own agencies and consultancies, Rob was a Marketing Director at Schwinn Cycling & Fitness where he not only played a part in re-positioning the brand, but launched Spinning, one of the most enduring cardio workouts of all time.

Rob Schuham professionally “grew up” up at storied ad agencies including Chiat/Day in San Francisco and Ayer in New York and Chicago supervising strategy on package goods, lifestyle, sports and technology accounts.

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Rob Schuham presents an entirely new way to think about brands and capitalism.