SOUTH KOREA: Delve into its creative and technological sectors, and you enter the dragon economy. From Samsung Electronics’ lead in the global smartphone sector to global music-video sensation Gangnam Style, via K-Pop’s invasion of the US music sector, this country has the hallmarks of a ‘one to watch, and to always keep watching’
NEXUS INTERACTIVE ARTS: Directors at this energetic London-based interactive-production studio are the club DJs of the audio-visual world; give them juicy storylines, add the latest technology, and they conjure on-screen magic for music videos, TV commercials, film, architects, branded entertainment, mobile apps and more
LOUIS VUITTON: The No.1 luxury-goods brand is not just France’s top designer label fashioned by Marc Jacobs, a maverick famous for wearing skirts at events. It has been investing in the arts since its 19th-century foundations. Now, it uses digital media to make its interests in fine arts, film, animation and sports (relatively) more accessible
THE BILLION DOLLAR BLAST: To the TV and music worlds, Simon Cowell needs no introduction. The mind behind global reality-TV hits Got Talent and The X Factor discloses some of his favourite contestants and winners in his talent shows
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