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James Goodman and David Bent of Forum for the Future explore twelve themes to ensure decision makers recognise the clusters of opportunities coming to light.
We have to choose what to imagine, says Alex Steffen, Planetary Futurist in residence at IDEO.
Twelve themes to inform crucial decisions in 2015 Forum for the Future's Directors James Goodman and David Bent explore twelve themes to ensure crucial decisions for businesses recognise the clusters of solutions coming to light.
Free your mind, and your future will follow We have to choose what to imagine, says Alex Steffen, Planetary Futurist in residence at IDEO.
Efficiency is the key to India’s energy challenge, says V.V.S. Suryanarayana Raju of Infosys.
Professor Gemma Calvert of the Institute for Asian Consumer Insight discusses new techniques that could be key to the future of global brands.
You have to empower people for radical change, says Hugh Knowles, founder of the Internet of Things Academy and Head of Innovation at Forum for the Future.
Jon Turney explores what the 'century of biology' might mean for brands.
Top retailers come together to put the personal care sector on track for a sustainable future.
Neeta Lal describes how businesses in India are decoupling growth from carbon emissions, as five Indian companies make CDP’s Global A-list.
Brands in East Asian markets must show that they are safe to maintain consumer confidence.
Our real and virtual lives are merging in ways that transform brand-consumer relations and leave no industry unchanged, says Andy Hobsbawm.
To know where products come from, suppliers at every stage of the chain need to share information. Tim Wilson reveals one way to encourage them to engage.
How IBM, Intel, MINI, Selfridges and Tiger Beer each worked with artists to find new avenues for innovation.
Giorgia Lupi, information designer and co-founder of Accurat, explains how drawing can lead to new ways of seeing and understanding.
James Payne introduces the Wayfinder: a tool to help brands find their purpose.
Collaborative design and co-creation projects are redefining the way brands work.
Anna Simpson offers brands a tip for 2015, as ClimateCare celebrates ten years of investment in improved cooking methods.
Anna Simpson Asks David Brunt about the brand value of social impact.