Dr. Jackson’s Presentation in Vietnam

Shaping Tomorrow’s Chairman, Dr. Mike Jackson, recently spoke with education experts at the Vietnam National University, Hanoi. The workshop was covered by VietnamNet. Click here to see the whole article. Excerpt translated in Google Chrome: Presentation of ideas and models of entrepreneurship, startup: Michael Jackson from the United Kingdom, Founder Shaping Tomorrow, an analyst, research and foresight analyst,…

Future Payments

Our robot, Athena, finds that the global value of mobile and wearable contactless payments will reach $95 billion annually by 2018, and that by 2020, mobile payments will become the preferred method for both consumers and merchants. The payments market could be disrupted by then with too many players, too many laggards and growing cyber-security…

Asian Futures

The Asia-Pacific region is the world’s fastest growing market. It has registered the CAGR of more than 8% and is expected to grow by 9.5% in the forecasted period. Read on to discover Athena, our robot’s, findings on some of the opportunities and risks facing the region and take action accordingly. What is changing? Region…

Future Trade

The threat of protectionism and economic fragmentation hangs over global trade and therefore impacts on your organization. Read on to discover what our robot, Athena, has discovered about the likely future of trade and respond accordingly. What is changing? trade Washington teams from the UK and the United States will begin talks that both sides…

Smart City Futures

The race to build smart cities is on, but unless you have deep pockets or a unique, protected or niche product this is potentially an area to steer clear of as the substantial payback is likely to be a long way off. Read on to discover where the opportunities are. What is changing? city More…

Amazon Futures

Amazon represents a real threat to many businesses and an opportunity to learn, Read on to see the forecasts that our robot, Athena, has found on its likely future activities and act accordingly. There will be no hiding place in the markets that Amazon chooses to dominate as the book stores found out to their…

Energy Futures

By 2025, solar will be the cheapest energy globally. In 2040, oil and natural gas are expected to make up nearly 60% of global supplies, while nuclear and renewables will be approaching 25%. Improved efficiency of lighting and home appliances is expected to continue to reduce residential electricity usage. Coal will fall out of favour.