WE Activity Series: Future Forecast

Wednesday 25 November, 4pm - 6pm
Highlighting and exploring tech and culture trends and celebrating women-led startups.
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Highlighting and exploring tech and culture trends and celebrating women-led startups. The event ends with a breakout networking.

About this Event

In a world where nothing is certian, how do we plan for the future? What are the latest technoligical and cultural trends impacting businesses?

Join Helen Job, Future Forecaster & Head of Insight, TCO London on Zoom for the Future Forecast workshop and hear the latest trends shaping the world of tomorrow. Learn the tools and techniques to access the envirnment for disruptive tends and network with trailblazing women and women-led startups. The event ends with breakout networking.

Agenda
4pm: Welcome from Imperial Enterprise Lab
4:05pm: Future Forecast with Phillippa Rose, Founder of current.works
4:55pm: Closing
5pm: Breakout room networking
6pm: End

About Helen Job
I have worked in future forecasting, and insight for over a decade, leading multi-disciplinary, global futures, cultural trend, and brand strategy teams for Flamingo, WGSN and MTV in New York and London. I previously co-founded disruptive insight and strategy collective The Akin and most recently created TCOLab, the strategic problem solving arm of creative agency TCO London. I aim to empower the companies I work with, through cultural context and storytelling, to recognise their influence, and develop new solutions. I collaborate with leading global brands and organisations to develop their vision, by keeping pace with the people leading change.

Alongside my corporate work, I love to teach and mentor emerging talent. I conceptualised the Global Trend Forecasting Curriculum for Parsons School of Design, in New York and am a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster, UAL, Royal College of Art, and Hyper Island in London and Stockholm. I have made keynote addresses and moderated industry panels at global events, including SXSW Interactive and Cannes Lion and I was named one of The Drum’s 50 best female speakers in the UK. 

Who Should Attend
This WE Innovate event has both tickets for Imperial students, alumni and staff, and a limited number of tickets for external participants. We hope to see you there!

Please let us know if you any questions about this event or the WE Innovate 2020/21 application via email: a.ismail@imperial.ac.uk

WE Innovate events are sponsored by BP. Find out more about WE Innovate here.

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