Our Luxury & Hospitality Futures Forum takes an in-depth look at industry-specific trends, exploring everything new and next in the sector that is set to affect the future consumer in the next 3–5 years
Guest speakers will include industry leaders and innovators who will present valuable insights in a rapid-fire Q&A session. We will also host short bespoke clinics with our team of strategists who will aim to address your current consumer concerns.
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‘In 2019, brands and consumers will continue to question what luxury truly means. With vast technological innovation meeting crusading, conscious luxurians, we are entering the era of neo-luxury – and our Futures Forum will help you to identify the trends and opportunities that lie ahead.’
Kathryn Bishop, Deputy Foresight Editor, The Future Laboratory
As well as gaining key consumer and industry insights, attendees will have direct access to our research and strategy teams, who will be on hand to answer questions about how best to apply and tailor these insights to your specific business needs. There will also be ample opportunities to network with your peers, industry influencers and the keynote speakers.
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This is your last chance to book tickets.
For bulk-booking and member discounts, please contact Accountmanagers@thefuturelaboratory.com directly.
until 3 July
A detailed global market overview highlights the key obstacles and opportunities in the sector.
We take an in-depth look at the biggest shifts in luxury & hospitality and present the key rising trends to help you navigate this changing landscape. We hear from leading industry innovators, present inspiring best-in-class case studies, and examine the attitudes and motivations of the latest luxury consumer tribes. Guests will also enjoy a set lunch on arrival.
If your business would like to reach The Future Laboratory’s vast network of innovators across brands and agencies, we offer sponsorship opportunities throughout the year for all of our events and more. Please get in touch here for details.
Kathryn joined LS:N Global in the spring of 2018 as its deputy editor of content, having originally worked as a senior writer within The Future Laboratory’s strategy team. With a background as a writer, editor and consultant in the luxury sector – specifically fine jewellery and watches – Kathryn is our resident luxury specialist. She also works on LS:N’s fashion content and leads its Opinion section, commissioning both internal and external viewpoints. Outside of LS:N Global, Kathryn is co-founder of the Women’s Jewellery Network, a mentor for online education platform Mastered, and a trustee of the Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council.
Born in Porto as the son of a window-dresser and a graphic designer, Lucas developed an interest in combining retail, design and heritage from an early age. He spent his time at Design Academy Eindhoven adding technology to this mix, and used design fiction to create bold visions for the future of luxury technology. His work at PCH involves imagining forward-thinking solutions in retail, luxury and mobility, and in recent years he has been engaged in the concept and implementation of Cartier’s Innovation Labs and Tiffany & Co’s flagship renovation project.
Trippin World is a new travel media platform focused on connecting cultures worldwide. Kesang’s main focus has been to build a community of global thought-leaders to challenge the perceptions and narratives of the travel industry.
Adrien leads strategic projects in the retail, luxury and mobility sectors. His engineering background and optimistic world view allows him to balance changing customer expectations with the technological opportunities of tomorrow in order to deliver inspiring and future-proof solutions. In the past six years at PCH, Adrien has introduced new topics to the agenda of clients’ management teams, translated visions into project directions and presented solutions that have a successful impact on clients’ experience, business and internal organisation.
Our Luxury & Hospitality Futures Forum will be hosted at one of London’s most culturally curious luxury hotels, the Corinthia London, located just minutes from the West End and the River Thames.
The Courtroom, Corinthia London, Whitehall Place, London SW1A 2BD