Future Trends Speakers

Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh, author of Futuretainment and CEO of innovation research agency TomExtra Fieldsorrow is a leading authority on the digital future. A dynamic keynote speaker and experienced trends analyst, Mike helps prepare business leaders for what's next. With a combination of high impact visuals, unique consumer case studies and high definition video - Mike's presentations are a powerful catalyst for leadership ...

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Monte Huebsch

Putting the "Business" back into e-Business. There is no doubt that e-business is having, and will continue to have, a profound affect on the way we do business. However, most forays into e-business have ended in mediocrity at best. It is now time to put the business prudence back into the creation and implementation of e-business strategies and Monte will show you how! The presentation topi ...

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Morris Miselowski

Morris has an amazing array of future oriented keynotes, presentations, workshops, seminars and forums to choose from as well as hands-on and kiosk style programs. Each of these topics represents a starting point for your discussion, delivery method and topics, but the true beauty comes in the 100% personalisation Morris will bring to your event. He will research your company, your audience, your ...

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Neer Korn

Insightful, informative yet highly engaging and entertaining is what Neer Korn's presentations are all about. Neer takes his audience on a journey through Australian society, peppering his insights with video quotes from Australians themselves that bring the presentation to life. More than learning and entertainment - it's all about creating a culture of instinct. ...

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Neville Norman

Neville graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce (First Class honours, top student) in 1967 before going on to obtain a Master of Arts (first class honours, also from Melbourne), in 1969. In 1973 he received his PhD from Cambridge University. (Microeconomics, international trade theory and econometrics.) While at Cambridge Neville was supervisor in international econo ...

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Nils Vesk

Nils Vesk is a professional designer turned 'Innovation Architect'. For over 15 years Nils has been applying design thinking to the business of innovating. Obsessed with creating ideas that can change the world of business, Nils helps organisations create game changing ideas that become commercial innovations. Nils is the author of the innovation books and has mentored some of Australia's most su ...

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Patrick Dixon

Patrick Dixon - Futurist - Growth Strategy - Biography - Conference Keynote Speaker And Management Consultant TAKE HOLD OF YOUR FUTURE - GROW YOUR BUSINESS "Global Change Guru" Wall Street Journal "Europe's Leading Futurist" Press Association More than 500,000 web pages talk about Patrick Dixon and his ideas, with cumulative TV, radio and press audience reach estimated to be more than ...

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Paul Higgins

Paul established Emergent Futures Pty Ltd as a consulting company combining his long experience in business with his training as a futurist to assist organisations and individuals in the creation of strategy. Paul believes that the application of foresight tools to the strategy process can give organisations a critical edge in a fast moving modern world. He holds a First Class Honours Degree in V ...

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Paul Shetler

Paul Shetler is a technologist and entrepreneur with over two decades’ experience working on large scale IT and organisational change projects – spanning the public and private sectors. He has co-founded two start-ups, worked in two others and also been in leadership roles at large suppliers like Oracle, Microsoft, and the global payments network, SWIFT.

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Paul Wallbank

Paul Wallbank is one of Australia's leading experts on how industries and societies are changing in this connected, globalised era . Paul helps businesses, governments and community organisations identify the opportunities in this time of rapid change. In explaining trends and technologies such as cloud computing, social networking and broadband technologies, Paul Wallbank deciphers the jargon an ...

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