Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
Time: June 25, 2009 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: The Thomson Reuters Building
Street: 30 South Colonnade
City/Town: Canary Wharf, London E14 5EP
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Phone: 07973 642 143
Event Type: networking, event
Organized By: Andrew Beurschgens
Latest Activity: May 26, 2009
Anticipating the future starts with understanding the past. This interactive session will deliver insights into changing consumer behaviour and crucially ‘why’ consumer behaviour is changing through an understanding of socio-economic and cultural drivers of lifestyle, attitudinal and behavioural shifts. In a year when the only constant is change, scenario planning has never been more important. Attendees will be guided through a simulated Futureproofing workshop to demonstrate how this technique can be adapted to fit your company’s specific strategic needs.
Addressing the track of analysis techniques in action as well as for those new to the discipline, Sarah Robinson of the Future Foundation, will ensure attendees have a facilitated and collaborative session leaving with an understanding of
Why we are where we are in the context of social change
How we can anticipate what will happen next
How the process can be matched to your business
About the Presenter
Sarah Robinson represents Future Foundation’s digital media, telecoms and technology sectors, working with a range of clients including Orange, the BBC, Sony and Yahoo! She has been with the Future Foundation – a leading strategic consumer think tank – for 5 years and her current role involves Futureproofing client’s brand or strategy and turning insight into innovation. Previous communications projects have included ‘Britain in the Empowerment Age’ for Microsoft and ‘The Future of Party Goers’ for Yell.com. Sarah also oversees her clients’ access to nVision, the Future Foundation’s online consumer trends service, which offers unlimited access to continuously updated data, analysis, forecasts and insight. Prior to her role at the Future Foundation, Sarah worked in conference production, media and business development.
Registration can take place through the attached link
We will be kindly hosted by Thomson Reuters, thank you.