Life Beyond Coronavirus. Virtual Event Futurist Keynote Speaker.High audience engagement on COVID-19

Q+A on Coronavirus: global impact - with Futurist physician advisor to corporations and government. Coronavirus / COVID-19 keynote speaker

Why many don't trust government info about health scares, and why most people distrust marketing messages - truth about social media. Marketing keynote speaker

Future of Cars: auto industry trends. Robot drivers, e-vehicles, flying cars - keynote speaker

Future of Marketing - key messages, seconds before start of my marketing keynote - VIDEO

Future of Personalised Mailings. Totally customised high speed print, programmatic marketing keynote- VIDEO

Next-generation print marketing - programmatic printing, integrated marketing - keynote speaker VIDEO

Totally personal books: future of book printing, customisation, short print runs. Publishing keynote VIDEO

Future of Programmatic Marketing. Integrate print and e-marketing. Futurist keynote speaker VIDEO

Feed Your Gut Microbes! Huge impact of nutrition on health and Microbiome. Futurist health keynote VIDEO

Trust is the most important thing you sell - health marketing keynote speaker - Dr Patrick Dixon - VIDEO

How to get timing right in business - new products and services.Innovation. Futurist keynote speaker - VIDEO

Keynote speaker on global trends, author of 16 Futurist books - Patrick Dixon.

 

Uncommon Sense, Uncommon Nonsense - review of leadership book by Jules Goddard and Tony Eccles

Leadership, Strategy, Business Ethics - Keynotes

“Uncommon sense, Common nonsense” is a much-needed blast of fresh air. Written by Jules Goddard and Tony Eccles, this book is clever, witty, challenging and provocative - a sharply written and entertaining attack on all kinds of management myths, warning of dangerous and futile nonsense promoted by many so-called business gurus.  Full of leadership common sense. Deeply rooted in daily realities of business life. It will challenge how you think about running a corporation, leading teams, strategy, making things happen. Worth buying for the chapter on Discovery Programmes alone.

Read more: Uncommon Sense, Uncommon Nonsense - review of leadership book by Jules Goddard and Tony Eccles

 

FinTech Trends: Future Mobile Banking, Mobile Payments: impact on retail banks, cash, Telcos, emerging markets - Banking and FinTech keynote speaker

Banks, Banking, Mobile Payments, FinTech, BitCoins

Retail financial services are in for a radical shakeup, which will dwarf anything we have seen so far in online innovation, driven mainly by use of mobile devices.

Tens of thousands of startups are trying to make money from mobile money.  Only a handful will make it to global scale. 

Huge potential impact on retailing. This is a new gold-rush or dot-com like boom, that is happening a somewhat chaotic way, leaving regulators far behind. Video: recorded early 2011.  Article: written November 2012.

Read more: FinTech Trends: Future Mobile Banking, Mobile Payments: impact on retail banks, cash, Telcos, emerging markets - Banking and FinTech keynote speaker

   

Future of Vietnam - economy, banking, manufacturing, digital, green tech

Future of Emerging Markets, China, India - Speaker

Vietnam's future will be driven by key trends such as economy, technology, demographics, mobile digital and retail banking. One in four of the population of Vietnam is under 14, median age of only 27, with a literacy rate of 94%. Labour costs in many parts of the country are only half those of China and Thailand. Wage inflation in China’s coastal cities is averaging around 12% a year, which will encourage more factories to relocate. Chinese wage inflation for most experienced managers can be as much as 100% a year. Vietnam will therefore continue to attract major manufacturing investment, and has a great future.

Read more: Future of Vietnam - economy, banking, manufacturing, digital, green tech

 

Why older health consumers are different: marketing to ageing customers - over-the-counter drug therapies, alternative medicines. Future Pharma and Health Care Trends

Health, Coronavirus Speaker Future Pharma Keynotes

Over 1 billion people will be older than 60 within 10 years (2022).  Most people over 50 will be in Asia by 2050. 65% of all health spending is in those over 65.  Therefore most Pharma spending is to meet the needs of older people. What kind of health care will they need?  What kind of health care will they or their relatives be willing to buy?  What kind of health products will they buy over the counter from pharmacies?  What kind of support will they be looking for at home?

Read more: Why older health consumers are different: marketing to ageing customers - over-the-counter drug therapies, alternative medicines. Future Pharma and Health Care Trends

   

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