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Keynote Speaker

Book me as a keynote speaker, panel session member or MC for your corporate or media event.

My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change consumers, businesses and economies in the near future.

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on my presentations.

 

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Testimonials

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“The Presentation was very well received by our team. The Content was incredible and really some amazing things to think about but very relevant to today and our current economic changes.  I like Bronwyn she seemed to be confident in herself.” ~ Financial Junction

 

Financial Junction

“Thanks for presenting so brilliantly today. I got such positive feedback from Don and the broader brand team. They really enjoyed your delivery of the content and the knowledge at your fingertips. We were really energized as some of the things you touched on had been considered in our strat plans.” ~ Mr Price Marketing Services Leader

Mr Price

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Thoughts

Small changes can make big differences.

Simple experiments can yield complex results.

Just ask Langton’s ant. 

Through this blog, I explore the biggest ideas and unpack the most interesting questions I observe from my vantage point as one of life’s most enthusiastic spectators of Chaos Theory in action.

Have something interesting to add to the conversation?

Email me at info@whatthefuturenow.co.za
or chat to me on Twitter @bronwynwilliams

 

(A)I Am

When fallible human priests fail to fill the void, and reveal themselves to be more human than divine; we turn to man-made synthetic deities. Japan’s robot priest confirms that we are looking for new gods for our new age – made in our own image, yet perfectly, and programmable. (And not all that different from … Continue reading (A)I Am

Reflections on the Revolution in France

Reflections on the Revolution in France… a  book written by a rich Englishman of leisure, critiquing the working-class French Revolution from the other side of the pond… Revealing, (although perhaps more revealing of Burke himself than the author may have intended) as much for what it gets wrong about the French revolution itself (Burke was … Continue reading Reflections on the Revolution in France