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.
“I felt like a lot of the content was relevant to what we do everyday. I was incredibly surprised to realise just how on trend Flux is with their insights on things that are coming and things that are, I thought we had a good knowledge on stuff but it was really an eye-opener for me to see just how far beyond the world is and what we are… you think you are up to date and then you see something like this and you realise just how far ahead everything else is and I suppose even if you are staying ahead of the pack, there’s a pack ahead of the pack, I thought it was really fascinating, I thoroughly enjoyed it, I definitely be following flux trends more closely in future and attending more events and most importantly I will be checking out Bronwyn’s blog for the list of books she is currently reading.” – Ashleigh Tuffney, Events Manager Discovery Insurance
“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.
Small changes can make big differences.
Simple experiments can yield complex results.
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.
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