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ABOUT CULTURS

Our Audience

We serve liminal or “in-between” identities including Global Nomads, Third Culture Kids and racially, ethnically, and culturally-blended people.

Our Mission

Create community by covering topics of interest to these culturally mobile populations, highlighting items that affect or topics that include members of this population.

Our Vision

For those whose upbringing or cultural mobility made it difficult to find “home,” or answer the questions “what are you,” or “where are you from,” we provide answers.

In the 21st century, assessing someone’s background from outward appearance isn’t enough — hidden diversity means people increasingly bring more to the table than meets the eye. Whether through travel, nationality, race or ethnicity, many of us straddle culture in one way or another.

CULTURS Global Lifestyle Network intends to celebrate the unique perspectives of such people.  Global Nomads, Third Culture Kids, and racially-blended and culturally-blended people can read lifestyle articles and research from their point of view.  One that shows a new-world order — a new normal that affects not only our lives, but the lives of those around us.

Divisions of CULTURS

CULTURS Global Multicultural Magazine

Cultursmag.com is the online magazine and cornerstone of the CULTURS Global Multicultural Lifestyle brand that began in 2014.

A print version of the magazine will be distributed on U.S. Newsstands in 2016.

CULTURS Marketplace

CULTURS Marketplace is the online shop at Culturs.guru – Its unique products are made specifically for and by globally-mobile and cross-cultured populations.

CULTURS also has a print catalog of products distributed to gift shops worldwide.  All proceeds from the catalog support CULTURS programs and development, and CULTURS’ charitable causes worldwide.

CULTURS Marketplace was created to provide our audience the opportunity to purchase items that celebrate global culture and cultural mobility. The products are inspired by travel, art and culture. Furthermore they are made for and by Third Culture Kids and global nomads.

CULTURS TV

CULTURStv is your web lifestyle television with short, “live” videos on DenverPostTV; and longer format lifestyle shows on Youtube. CULTURStv brings Global Nomads, Third Culture Kids, Ethnically and Culturally-blended people as well as Culturally Mobile people together to share experiences, lifestyles, and build a connection with each other as well as with the audience. CULTURStv seeks to shed light on the cultures that exist in our audience and bring them together as one strong united family.

CULTURStv is partnered with DenverPostTV at DPTV.com and DenverPost.com. With 60-90K visitors monthly, it extends the worldwide viewership for CULTURS’ multicultural audience.

CULTURS HAUS

Culturs HAUS is a space for global gatherings that we would host around the world. Our vision is to establish Culturs Haus’ in cities around the world.

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CULTURS Print

CULTURS Global Multicultural Magazine will have a print version that debuts in 2016 in a digital viewing format.

The digital magazine will be followed by a print version distributed on U.S. Newsstands.

The Global Multicultural Lifestyle network is dedicated to embracing liminal identity, uncovering hidden diversity, and celebrating cultural mobility through broadcast, print, and web media.

CULTURS Stats

10000

Readers

90

Countries

14

Experts

3

World Offices

The missing “e” in the word “cultures” is intentional. It represents the hidden diversity of our population. A liminal population that lives between traditional definitions of culture.

What CULTURS users have to say:

I love seeing the way Culturs affected the community positively. I felt great being a part of that and seeing those who didn’t have a sense of place or a sense of home find that community.

Stephan Rodriguez American CCK with Columbian father

Even though you feel left out because you’re multi-cultural, multi-racial you’ve lived in different countries, you don’t know who you are, you are part of something that will define who you are, where you will feel more like home

Wonseop Suh Korean-born TCK who lived in Saudi Arabia, Indonesia and the United States.

For me it embodied a quote by St. Augustine that said, ‘The world is a book, and those who don’t travel only read one page from it.'

Aisha Jama Kenyan TCK residing in the U.S.

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