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Sylvia Gallusser

Futurist, Silicon Humanism

Sylvia is an inquirer of our future, conducting prospective studies on the future of health and aging, the future of work and learning, as well as transformations in transportation/mobility and in the retail world. She also closely monitors the future of the mind and transhumanism. Sylvia has been advising 500+ tech companies for the past 15 years, starting as an IT consultant at Accenture, launching the Impact USA accelerator with Business France, and leading funding access programs at French Tech Hub. She has been leading many European tech companies to global success as a Founding Partner at big bang factory. Sylvia graduated from HEC Paris (2003). She arrived in San Francisco in 2005, where she has developed a special interest in the Silicon Valley ecosystem and local business practices. She regularly writes, teaches MBA classes and gives workshops on go-to-market strategy, competitive analysis, U.S. business, futures thinking methodology, and entrepreneurship.


Blog: https://siliconhumanism.home.blog/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/siliconhumanism
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sylvialeroux
LinkedIn (Company): https://www.linkedin.com/company/siliconhumanism
Skype: sylviagallusser

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