Speakers on the Future
One of the consistent topics we have been asked about over the last year has been around the future.
Requests have ranged from –
- Speakers to talk on what does the future hold for the UK after we leave Europe
- Speakers to talk about what does the future hold from a technology perspective and its impacts
- And speakers to talk on the future of leadership and what cultural changes are going to be needed.
These are just a few examples of speakers we work with that can speak on different perspectives covering the future –
Kate Ancketill is a speaker on innovation and marketing and is the lead behind GDR Creative Intelligence, which specialises in providing insights on the innovations that will change the shape of business over the next two to five years. Kate uses case studies to highlight how some of the new technologies and consumer trends will impact physical and digital commerce. All of the case studies are put together by an experienced team of programmers so that each is relevant to each audience.
Cate Trotter is the Founder and Head of Trends at Insider Trends, and an adviser and speaker at events helping companies to know what is coming next in the world of retail. Insider Trends and Cate help organisations to get ahead of their competitors by know what is coming around the corner and how retailers can keep pace with an ever-changing business climate.
THE FUTURE OF WORK & TECHNOLOGY
James Poulter is the former Head of Lego Group’s Emerging Platform team and a leading thought leader and keynote speaker on the future of work, voice technology, conversational artificial intelligence, and social media. In his Future in 2025 presentation James takes you into the not too distant future to look at the real impact of new and advancing existing technologies and how they will impact individuals’ lives in a 24 hour period and what long term benefits they will bring.
Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future of work. He is a researcher, author, futurist, presenter and board advisor working across multiple industries and sectors. He has a particular interest in disruptive forces changing how people live, work, interact and connect with each other.
FUTURE OF LEADERSHIP
With a Triple First Class science and philosophy degree from Cambridge University—and over 20 years hard-won experience advising exponential unicorns and ambitious blue-chips on the frontlines of disruption—Nick Jankel is a highly sought-after professional speaker whose life’s work is to ensure people have the tools they need to adapt to relentless change and the mindsets they need to successfully transform their organizations and themselves.
With a career spanning an impressive range of industries including entertainment, consulting, and education, Adam Kingl has spent decades working in innovation, strategy, culture, and leadership. He is the author of Next Generation leadership and speaks on Generation Y and Disrupting Your Industry with New Business Models
FUTURE AFTER BREXIT
Vicky Pryce is a speaker on the economy and Brexit who was the former joint head of the Government Economic Services and Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS). Previously a Partner and Chief Economist at KPMG, Vicky was a co-founder of GoodCorporation, a company set up to promote corporate social responsibility.
Paul Johnson is Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the UK’s leading economic research institute, since January 2011 and in demand as a speaker on subjects such as the economy, public finances, tax, and climate change. Paul covers a wide range of topics and tailors his speeches to clients.
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