Chaos Theory is the science of predicting the behaviour of “inherently unpredictable” systems

That’s what I do. As a trend researcher, business consultant and keynote speaker, I am in the business of making sense out of chaos and making the unpredictable future understandable to you and your business. If you want to know what’s headed your way, and what you can do about it, right now, to make the most of the future, click here to book me as a keynote speaker or set up a consultation for your business.

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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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Testimonials

What my clients have to say about my work:

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“I love the session, I felt it was empowering especially as a young black female who is interested in this sector. There were interesting tips and case studies that were happening on a global level that can be applied in a South African climate. The trend of peer to peer payment stuck out for me.” ~ Mbali Zondo – Senior accounts manager at Engage Joe Public

Engage (Joe Public)

“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

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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.

Email me at info@whatthefuturenow.co.za or chat to me on Twitter @bronwynwilliams if you have anything interesting to add to the conversation.

The Tin Men

They say that if you want to be a good futurist, you should read science fiction. It is hard to argue that forward thinkers like George Orwell and Margaret Atwood and called a lot of things right in Animal Farm, 1984 and the Handmaids Tale. The Tin Men was written in the mid-20th century and … Continue reading The Tin Men