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London Futurists Webinar – Aftershocks and Opportunities 2: Navigating the Next Horizon

In this session moderated by the book’s lead editor Rohit Talwar, some of the contributors will share key insights from their chapters and discuss the broader shifts, shocks, opportunities, and risks explored in the book.

Speakers and Topics:
Dr. Doaa Alghalban (UAE) – A World Transformed: Political and Socio-Economic Impacts of the Pandemic
José Cordeiro (Spain) – Crisis (危機) = Danger (危) + Opportunity (機): A New Renaissance
Dr. Claire A. Nelson (USA) – Reimagining the World Order to Regenerate African, Caribbean, and Pacific Economies
Alejandro Repetto (Argentina) – The Day After the Lockdown
Marian Salzman – Life Next: How Our World Could Change Post-Pandemic
Rohit Talwar (UK) – 20 Shifts on the Path to 2030

 

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In this session moderated by the book’s lead editor Rohit Talwar, some of the contributors will share key insights from their chapters and discuss the broader shifts, shocks, opportunities, and risks explored in the book.

Speakers and Topics:

Dr. Doaa Alghalban (UAE) – A World Transformed: Political and Socio-Economic Impacts of the Pandemic

How might the economic and political fallout from the pandemic impact international relations and society over the next five years?

Doaa is a strategic advisor on foresight strategies, governance, public policy, quality, and excellence management for different government organizations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). She currently works as senior consultant at Alghalban Professional Consultancy Services in Norway. Doaa holds a Doctorate in Business Administration with a focus on public policy development and implementation.

José Cordeiro (Spain) – Crisis (危機) = Danger () + Opportunity (): A New Renaissance

Is the pandemic a source of global danger that also uncovers a great opportunity in the evolution of this planetary crisis?

Jose is a director of the Millennium Project. He is also a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science, vice chair of HumanityPlus, founding faculty at Singularity University at NASA Research Park, Silicon Valley, and a guest lecturer at many institutions. He studied engineering at MIT and business at INSEAD.

Dr. Claire A. Nelson (USA) – Reimagining the World Order to Regenerate African, Caribbean, and Pacific Economies

How can nations in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific recover and regenerate their economies?

Claire is lead futurist at The Futures Forum. A sustainability engineer, she is a proven social innovator and founder of the leading Caribbean American advocacy organization, the Institute of Caribbean Studies.

Marian Salzman – Life Next: How Our World Could Change Post-Pandemic

How might this crisis impact businesses, lifestyles, and mindsets?

Marian Salzman is senior vice president, global communications at Philip Morris International. She has been named one of the world’s top five trendspotters and is among the most-awarded public relations executives.

Alejandro Repetto (Argentina) – The Day After the Lockdown

Which of the changes that we are experiencing today could define the future?

Alejandro is a foresight and innovation strategy practitioner and serial maker. Passionate about the positive impact of technology on the world, he creates and implements solutions today to change the world tomorrow. He has co-funded and leads advanced technology companies that help organizations to make a positive impact in the world.

Rohit Talwar (UK) – 20 Shifts on the Path to 2030

What are some of the emerging future factors that could turn into influential shifts shaping the next decade and beyond?

Rohit is a global futurist and the CEO of Fast Future. He focuses on helping clients explore the emerging future, respond to global opportunities, and identify and manage risks on the horizon. Rohit has a particular interest in how we can deepen our understanding of the forces shaping the future and in the potential impacts of emerging science and technology, the rise of the crypto economy, and new economic thinking.

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Date: October 30, 2021

Start time: 16:00 BST

End time: 17:30 BST

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