Kantar Futures Blog

Category: future

A future made of screens

consumers, digital, future, innovation, technology

A future made of screens

Alex Steer writes: There was a lot of discussion in our London and New York offices last week about a short video called A Day Made of Glass. It’s produced… Read More »

Finding the future in the Oscar nominations

future

Finding the future in the Oscar nominations

Alex Steer writes: Did you know there are more people with genius IQs living in China than there are people of any kind living in the United States? That’s the… Read More »

Government 2020

economic downturn, future, Kantar Futures, politics, research

Government 2020

Rebecca Nash writes: We’re only a week away from our Government 2020 event – which we’re running jointly with Oxford Economics – so we’ve been putting the final touches to… Read More »

Leaders and futures

brands, future

Leaders and futures

Walker Smith writes: I was privileged to be asked to speak at the Marketing Society’s annual conference, which was held earlier today at the Royal Opera House. On such occasions,… Read More »

The future’s here – even in Thanet – it is just unevenly distributed…

ageing, communities, future, sustainability

The future’s here – even in Thanet – it is just unevenly distributed…

Eleanor Cooksey writes: We often use this quote[1] but, as far as I know, have never applied it to thinking about this part of the country. Thanet (the area of… Read More »

The future of payments

digital, economics, financial services, future, technology, virtual

The future of payments

Andrew Curry writes: I was invited earlier this month to speak on the future of payments at the Digital Money Forum in London, now in its thirteenth year and as… Read More »

Christmas Collection # 3

art, books, future

Christmas Collection # 3

Andrew Curry, London: Future Savvy, by Adam Gordon Future Savvy was the most stimulating futures book I read this year. I was put off at first; it sets itself up… Read More »

More books… and a film

behavior change, books, future, time

More books… and a film

A couple of late arrivals for our review of favourites from 2008. J. Walker Smith, Chapel Hill: Let’s say you develop some idea of what the future is likely to… Read More »

Most recent Henleymail now online

consumers, economic downturn, future

Most recent Henleymail now online

Jo Phillips writes: The latest edition of HenleyMail (our free regular think piece email) is now available to read online here. There’s a chance to consider responses to the economic… Read More »