Book me as a keynote speaker or panel session member for your corporate or media event.
My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change organisations, economies, societies, and nations in the near and distant future.
“Bronwyn Williams has worked with Flux since 2011 – writing and structuring our trend reports – and as such, not only understands the Flux methodology, but is able to follow the trajectory of the trends we track, across all industries.
Her personal interest is the future of finance, but since financial services are intertwined with disruption, in whatever industry, her grasp on the Flux philosophy – Trends as Business Strategy – is both comprehensive and assured.
I am more than confident in recommending her as a speaker and Trend Translator on behalf of Flux Trends.” ~ Dion Chang – Founder, Flux Trends.
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