Innovation Debrief 2022

LinkedIn Live - 6 July


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Overview

Join The Future Laboratory’s foresight analysts Lavinia Fasano and Emily Rhodes live on LinkedIn, as they discuss the top innovations of 2022.

Two years on from the outbreak of the pandemic, the emergency initiatives that were put in place to mitigate the global health crisis have crystalised into resilient corporate strategies and spawned a flurry of new brands and companies.

This year’s Innovation Debrief shines a light on the companies that are adapting to changing consumer behaviours and carving out inventive routes forward.

In this free online event, including a live Q&A with our experts will explore essential statistics and analysis, alongside strategic implications that will help your company to understand how, why and where it can apply these insights.

Hero image:Departures by Adorno. Photography by Iñigo Inchaurraga, Jordan
Overview image: SAMOCVET by MAPPA and Varya Schuka. Photography by Alisa Gulkanyan, Russia


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SAMOCVET by MAPPA and digital artist Varya Schuka. Photography by Alisa Gulkanyan, Russia

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‘While the impact of the pandemic subsides in many countries, there has been no shortage of geopolitical challenges disturbing the world order – and businesses – this year.’

Lavinia Fasano, foresight analyst, The Future Laboratory

The session will take place on 6 July from 2:00pm to 2:40pm BST. 

Register to attend our free 40-minute live-stream, including a live Q&A with our experts, to discover the top campaigns and innovations of 2022.

The accompanying Innovation Debrief report will be available to purchase on the day of the event.

Please complete your details below to download the agenda and register for updates for this free online session.

Speakers

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Lavinia Fasano (she/her)
foresight analyst

Lavinia Fasano is a foresight analyst at The Future Laboratory, where her research focuses on trends in the luxury sector. She has a special interest in how digital technologies are disrupting luxury’s long-held association with exclusivity. She previously worked in independent publishing and at a number of design magazines. 

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Emily Rhodes (she/her)
creative foresight analyst

Emily joined The Future Laboratory in 2021 after graduating from Nottingham Trent University, where she studied fashion communication. Leading visual research for the youth, media and technology sectors, she also contributes to LS:N Global’s daily content, alongside visualising larger macrotrends and reports.