Future Forecast 2023

Live Q&A - 25 January

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Join The Future Laboratory’s co-founder Martin Raymond for a live Q&A on 25 January as he discusses new trends and innovations from our Future Forecast 2023 report and answers any questions you have about your sector for the year ahead.

Our new Future Forecast 2023 report and webinar collection identifies the trends that are driving change and redefining the profit centres of tomorrow across 10 key sectors.

But what role will these trends play in the future of your business? How can your brand harness these trends for success? What will these innovations mean for your product or service?

Join us to have all your questions answered live by Martin himself and find out how your business can certainly make tomorrow different – and better.

*Apologies to all that joined us on 17 January. We unfortunately experienced some technical difficulties which led to our need to reschedule the session. We will now be hosting the webinar on 25 January and hope that you can re-join us then.

Images: The Energy Show at Het Nieuwe Instituut. Photography by Mirka Laura Severa, The Netherlands; IYKYK set by Omsom

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‘While 2022 highlighted many trends and innovators that placed trust, transparency and purpose at the core of their enterprises, this year we’re looking at how science, technology, data and AI will play a greater role throughout.’

Martin Raymond, co-founder, The Future Laboratory

This session will be hosted on 25 January from 2:00pm - 2:30pm GMT.

Register to attend our free 30-minute live-stream Q&A with our co-founder Martin Raymond and have your questions answered about the future of your sector in 2023.

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Your Speaker

Martin Raymond
co-founder, The Future Laboratory

Martin is editor-in-chief of LS:N Global, The Future Laboratory’s trends intelligence platform. Having written several books on trend forecasting, including The Trend Forecaster’s Handbook and The Tomorrow People as well as our Trends & Foresight Masterclass Series, Martin contributes regularly as an expert on trends and business for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV.

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