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Rei Inamoto

Rei Inamoto is Chief Creative Officer of AKQA, an advertising agency with offices across the globe. He delivers creative solutions for clients such as Audi, Google, Nike and Xbox. In 2012, Rei was inducted into “The Hall of Achievement” by the American Advertising Federation, honoring the top young talent of the industry. Rei is also a graduate of the Stamps School who went on to become Creativity Magazine’s annual “Creativity 50” , and one of Forbes Magazine’s “Top 25 Most Creative People in Advertising."

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