You'll hear critical consumer trends to 2020, the innovations they are driving and the opportunities they present to your organisation.
You'll get hands-on with our end-to-end Trend-Driven Innovation methodology, working to generate practical innovation ideas and all the best practices from the work we do with our clients in Scandinavia and the Baltics.
This event is about YOU and your fellow participants who you'll learn and collaborate with during lively, focused sessions. There will be rich networking opportunities throughout the day.
You'll leave with full access to all content presented in PPT format, a digital copy of our Consumer Trend Canvas and other tools for ideation, as well as manuals and guides to support ongoing trend-thinking and strategy.
“A fantastic event with a great set of presentations, speakers, panelists and guests.”
“An amazing day full of valuable information & relevant content. The energy was high and the audience engaged!”
“All the great insights meant that my colleague and I left with our heads buzzing at the end of the day.”
The 10 crucial trends you need to know and run with in 2018, and beyond. All grounded in our Trend-Driven Innovation method and Trend Framework.
There will be a 30-minute break halfway through this full morning session.
Enjoy an energy-infused lunch break and broaden your trend-savvy network.
Using the Consumer Trend Canvas, work with our experts and fellow attendees to turn the day’s trends into disruptive business models and winning innovations.
Discover 8 steps to Future Proof your organization and design your roadmap to build an innovative culture, from the C-suite down.
Take a trip around the world in 80 innovations and pick the opportunities to apply in Scandinavia.
Trend Strategist - APAC
Global Head of Trends & Insights
Director of Trends & Insights
Content Director for TrendWatching Academy
Head of TrendWatching Academy
An international meeting place and event space, Fotografiska is renowned for showcasing world-class, contemporary photography. Located in the Södermalm district of Stockholm, and beautifully placed on the waterfront, the entire 5,500 square meter space is filled with photographs and exhibitions from around the world.