The Future Depends on what you do Today! – Daniel Silke

Every day should be a day in which you prepare for the future. Every action, decision and strategy should position you in command of your business with a view to securing future growth, profit and a better grasp of human behavior.

But, this can only be achieved by understanding the changing political, economic, social, technological and business mega-trends that will determine your future and that of your customer.

And that’s what Political Futurist & Author Daniel Silke now offers in a dramatic, entertaining & indispensable new Keynote.

Ideal as a scene-setter or focal point for any conference, convention or meeting, Silke’s presentation spans the world – from the rise of the BRICS, China, India, Africa and other emerging powers to the changing economic fortunes of the USA & Europe.

Moving out of recession means new opportunities. Political and financial rules of the game are changing. Rising middle-classes across the developing world means new markets with new demands.

A shift to urban living, simultaneous ageing & expansion of the global population in an era of climate change presents challenges and concerns requiring expert attention.

Technology is one of the great disruptors of business. In both the retail and publishing sector, consumer patterns are drastically shifting. And, manufacturing will soon feel the effects of 3D printing that offers customization beyond our wildest dreams.

Mind the Future is an essential tool to empower, enlighten & motivate delegates to take the plunge into the future – equipped with the latest facts & expert analysis of global change. Don’t miss it!

Daniel Silke is recognized as one of South Africa’s leading Political Analysts, Futurists and most passionate Keynote Speakers. As Director of the Political Futures Consultancy, Silke serves a host of major blue-chip companies with outstanding keynotes and workshops. Silke is the author of the acclaimed new book Tracking the Future: Top trends that will shape South Africa and the World. The BBC, Deutche Welle, CNBC, AFP & Bloomberg agencies use his comments.

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