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Maxwell Luthy

Director of Trends & Insights

Maxwell Luthy, Director of Trends & Insights is based in our New York office. He delivers lively workshops for leading brands along with insight-packed keynotes at conferences. He previously oversaw the company's 3,000 member spotter network. Maxwell co-authored Trend-Driven Innovation.

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Some recent love

  • “Hugely engaging and high marks from attendees.”

    “Maxwell’s ability to tailor content on consumer trends and connect with different audiences in the beauty industry exceeded our expectations. The presentation was hugely engaging and he received high marks from our attendees. We look forward to working with him again.”

  • “An inspiration and full of practical advice.”

    “As well as being an inspiration for the audience, Maxwell’s presentation was full of practical advice. He knows exactly how to adapt to a conference’s participant profiles and this creates an engaging session. Having Maxwell at one of our conferences was a great experience.”

  • “I recommend him without reservation.”

    “Maxwell exceeded our expectations with his content, received great marks from our attendees, and made special effort to gear his keynote presentation towards our audience of B2B marketers. There was a reason we saved him as our closing speaker! I recommend him without reservation.”

Media mentions

  • “From Feast to Famine”

    “People are ever-more aware of the array of negative consequences related to consumerism, whether it’s undesirable impacts on their personal wellbeing, the environment or society at large. Many consumers are looking to scale back their consumption altogether.”

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  • “Tinderella, meet Prince Charmless”

    Maxwell Luthy believes future dating apps will favour real-world encounters. “Flirting will get physical again,” he said. Instead of scrolling through endless profiles, alerts on devices such as Apple Watch will gently nudge us to make a move on people nearby.

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  • “Can Brands Save the World?”

    Many people think it’s a good idea to take fewer flights in general, but data reveals that air travel is up — few individuals seem willing to cut their own flying. When it comes to corporate behavior, however, Luthy says that “no hypocrisy is allowed, [and] the standards are getting higher.”

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