The future is not just somewhere you go,
you create the future



Join the Conversation about the Future


Mapping the Next Big Thing

Anne Lise Kjaer’s real talent is to create clarity out of the many and complex trends that tend to overwhelm us. She uses her design background and deep insight into the Nordic Model to map key influential global trends and their impact on people, business and society. Kjaer explores ‘the next big thing’ in culture, architecture, design, food, fashion, retail and travel, as well as finance, technology, sustainability, education, health, and the public sector.

Our Media Profile

Named a top 7 futurist by the Huffington Post (2015), Anne Lise Kjaer is in high demand as a keynote speaker and onion maker around the world. She is renowned for her inspiring and motivational approach, regularly lecturing around the world. Kjaer breathes new life into 21st century innovation concepts and business models. Financial Times (2004) called her unique world vision: “as fertile as Dali’s only she creates social prototypes…based on nascent trends”.


A Visionary Point of View

As creative catalysts Kjaer Global deliver high-profile presentations at conferences, corporate and educational events. Be it a high-level briefing for the board, a roundtable session with strategy and marketing teams or a future vision workshop with design and R&D professionals – we always provide a visionary point of view to inspire fresh thinking and open dialogue about the future. Our tailor-made presentations and workshops are prepared individually in order to meet your needs. The talks are delivered either by Anne Lise Kjaer or one of our specialist team.

Made-to-measure Presentations

We specialise in future trends and their impact on tomorrow’s people, society and businesses. From corporate presentations to customised trend research, we manage a wide range of briefs. Our team of leading global futurists excel in out-of-the-box thinking and are sought after inspirational speakers, workshop facilitators, moderators and media commentators. We deliver high-profile keynotes and lectures at conferences and corporate events, as well as at educational and academic institutions. We also run workshops – ranging from small groups up to 500+ – and work across industries and sectors.

Keynote Presentations

Kjaer’s interactive presentation style engages with diverse audiences. Rooted in design thinking, ideas are presented within an inspiring format of visual imagery and infographics, communicating complex thinking in a clear framework that everybody can connect with. This breadth of vision and ability to communicate complex information means we have given presented to the world’s most respected organisations and businesses, including the Adam Smith Institute, European Commission, ESOMAR and TEDx as well as Accenture, AT&T, Dell, EY, IKEA, Kingfisher, KPMG, McKinsey and Toyota.

Academic Lectures

Since 1999 Anne Lise Kjaer has delivered lectures in multidimensional thinking and trend management at leading academic institutions. These include Cambridge University, Cranfield, Central Saint Martins,Copenhagen Business School, Esade, Gray’s School of Art, Hertfordshire Business School, London School of Economics, Lund University, MIT Media Lab, Royal College of Art and Vlerick Business School. In 2010, she was invited to sit on the Advisory Board of Challenge Future, a global academic think tank designed to foster creativity and innovation among young people.


Past, Present and Future Events

2017 Talks + Upcoming Events
2016

January
* University of Berne  “The future is not just somewhere you go, you create the future”, Berne (CH) 
* GfM  Tomorrow’s Marketing – “Kamingespräch” for Swiss CMOs, Zurich (CH) 
* University of Applied Studies – Tomorrow’s Marketing, Zurich (CH) 
* HWZ-MBA MBA Futurist Workshop, University of Applied Studies, Zurich (CH)
* FREEMAN – Futurist Scenario Workshop, Dallas (TX)

February
* FREEMAN  Vision 2020 Strategic Offsite, Miami (FL)

April
* Watermark WTCE  Global Citizens & Luxury Travel of the Future, Hamburg (DE)
Promote Iceland Workshop – Trend Mapping like a Futurist, Reykjavík (IS) 
*
Promote Iceland annual meeting – Postcards from the Future, Reykjavík (IS)
* Borås WallVision – Inspirational Leadership Workshop and Talk, Gotenburg (SE)
* Gullers Grupp
– The Big Re-Think: Communication in a 4P context, London (UK) 

June
* RICS Inaugural UK Summit
 Disruptive Technology and the 4Ps, London (UK) >>
* Frost & Sullivan, GIL 2016: Europe – Panel Discussion on the Future of Europe, London (UK) >>

July
* CISL University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership – Sustainability and a 4 P Bottom Line, Cambridge(UK)
* IDBI Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment – Postcards from the Future, University of Cambridge (UK)
* AT&T Shape – The Future of 5G, San Francisco (US)

September
Hodder & Stoughton
– Publishers Strategy Afternoon, London (UK)

October
Malvern Festival of Innovation Festival
– After dinner guest speaker, Malvern (UK) >>
*
 Wired Innovation Lab and Arctic – The Jetsons, New York City (US)

November
* TRT World Live
– The Newsmakers: Are we living in the Matrix? London (UK) >>
* Bloomberg + London Futurist – “Ask me Anything about the Future”, London (UK) >>
* Baker & McKinsey – The Future of AI, BakerWomen event, London (UK)
*JiC Conference 2016 – Annual Investors Event, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland

December
* MIT Media Lab The Future of People
– The “Future of Work”, Cambridge (US) >>

2015

January
* Huset Markedsføring – Digital Creativity and Marketing, Copenhagen (DK) >>

May
* Women’s Enterprise Conference 2015 – Glasgow (UK)
* Mindful Leadership Symposium – The Age of Enoughism, Zurich (CH) >>

June
* RBS – Navigating in the Smart City, Edinburgh (UK) >>
* UNICEF  Folkemøde Bornholm (DK)
* AIMIA  London (UK)
* Cambridge University Technology Venture Conference – Navigating Complexity, Cambridge (UK)

July
* IDBI Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment – Tomorrow’s Global Citizens and Digital Creativity, University of Cambridge (UK)
* UNICEF – 4Ps That Matter: People, Planet, Purpose, Profit, London (UK)

August
* KMPG – Tomorrow’s Workplace: People and Culture 2020+, Oslo (NO) 

September
* UBS – Postcards From the Future, Zurich (SW) 
* The Human City – The Big Rethink: Sustainability, Medellin (COL) 
* CityCo – From the Silver Surfer to the Savvy Millennial – who are Tomorrow’s Shoppers?, Manchester (UK) 
* Danish Business Women in Dubai – Dubai (UAE) 
* FinnSight 2015 – New Models and Tomorrow’s Global Citizens, Helsinki (FN) 

October
* ISM Futurity
– Navigating in The Smart Society, Vilnius (LT) 
* Mercer
– Vienna (AU)
 
* Shanghai Fashion Week – Going Green, The Conscious Chinese Consumer, Shanghai (CH)

November
* Mundipharma
– Tomorrow’s Global Citizens & New Lifestyle Patterns, Cannes (FR) 
* FREEMAN 
– Futurist Trend Mapping Workshop, Dallas (TX)
* Volvo
– The Evolution of Luxury, London (UK)
 >>
* Property Investment Conference – Brighton (UK)

December
* EDF Energy
– Paris (FR)

2014

January
* BETT – The Great Education Debate, London (UK) >>

February
*
Emirates – Tomorrow’s Travel Experiences, Dubai >>

* Design for Everyone – The No-Age Society – Copenhagen (DK) >>

March
* General Mills – Innovation Workshop, London (UK)
* The New Nordic Model
 – Danish Embassy, Paris (FR) >>

May
* IBWC – International Business Women’s Conference 2014 – Belfast (IE)
* LSE Start-Up Bootcamp  The New Nordic Model, London (UK) >>

June
* Deloitte – Women in Tech, London (UK) >>
SCC Geodis Wilson – Tomorrow’s Smart Society, Copenhagen (DK) >>

July
* Kingfisher
  Creating the Future 2020: The 4P Business Model, Bucharest (RU) >>

September
* DI Symposium – On Danish Design & Culture, Copenhagen (DK) >>
* København’s Kommune
– Sharing Copenhagen 2014, Berlingske Hus (DK) >>
* SUPER TALKS – The New Nordic Model, Tent London (UK) >>

November
* Google DUCC – Digital Creativity, London (UK) >>
* WKO
– EURO HORIZON 2030+ for SMEs, Vienna (AU) >>

December
* Smart Insights WEBINAR
 Technology Trends 2020+ (UK)

2013

February
* Speakers Corner – Breakfast Trend Talk, London (UK) >>
* Gudrun & Gudrun – The Ethical Business Model, London (UK) >>

March
* The Cube – Brainplay – The Future of Technology (UK) >>
* M&S – The Good Life and Plan A, London (UK) >>

April
* Fibertex
 – Trend Workshop, Aalborg (DK)
* BBVA – ‘There’s a Future’ – Book Launch, Madrid (ES) >>
* Turkey Retail Federation – Food Retail Summit, Istanbul (TU)
>>
* Erhvervsakademi Dania – Seminar Meeting, London (UK)

May
* Association of MBA’s
– International Conference for Deans & Directions 2013, Warsaw (PL) >>
* The Economist – Change Ambassadors Competition (Judge panel), London (UK) >>
* The Cube – The Future of Education, London (UK) >>

 June
* IGI Annual Congress – The Global Wallcoverings Association, Vienna (AU) >>
AXA MPS  Corporate Meeting, Dublin (IE)
* EURO-SME 2013, Dublin (IE) >>
* University of Hertfordshire – MBA Dinner, Hertfordshire (UK)
* The Danish Embassy (Dania School) – The Nordic Model, London (UK) >>

July
* WIN World Corporate Meeting
, Porto (PT)
* Dania School Roundtable – New Education Models, London (UK) >>

September
* TOTAL University UK – Leading Innovation >>

October
* Ernst & Young – Global Risk Conference on sustainability, Stockholm (SE) >>

November
* Sandvik – R&D Conference, Stockholm (SE) >>

December
* MBA Conference – Cranfield University (UK) >>

2012

January
* P&G
– Live Event, London (UK) >>
* ETC
– TRAVEL TRENDS 2025+ The Global Citizen & Lifelong Learning, Orlando (USA) >>
* TEDx
 (Technology, Entertainment & Design) – Colours of Life, Salford (UK) >>

March
* The Economist’s  The Big Rethink 2012  Tomorrow’s Consumers, London (UK) >>
* TLSB Showcase CONFEX – Future Leadership & The Female Factor, London (UK) >>
* VL Gruppen – The Big Rethink 2012  Tomorrow’s Consumers, Copenhagen (DK) >>
* Spar Nord Bank – The Big Rethink 2012  Tomorrow’s Consumers, Copenhagen (DK) >>

April
* Totalkredit – FS Workshop, Copenhagen (DK) >>

May
* Totalkredit – FS Workshop, Copenhagen (DK) >>

June
* CMO Leadership Board – Preparing for The Future of Marketing, London (UK) >>
* RTS Royal Television Society – The Future of Television, London (UK) >>
* DJØF – A Story About my Life as a Futurist, London (UK) >>
* Avery Dennison – Innovation Meet – Future Vision 2020+, Great Fosters (UK) >>
* Totalkredit – FS & Future Trends Workshop, Copenhagen (DK)

August
* Global Cities – The 2012 Global Chamber Technology Debates, London (UK) >>

September
* Totalkredit – FS & Future Trends Workshop, Copenhagen (DK)

* Dansk Arbejdsgiverforening – Future Trends Workshop, London (UK) >>
* Virgin Media – Generation IP 2025 Roundtable Discussion, London (UK)


October

* Icelandic Female Network – The Female Factor, London (UK)

* Melcrum – 11th Annual Melcrum Summit & SCM Awards 2012, London (UK) >>
* Melcrum – Melcrum Summit 2012, Sydney (AU) >>

November
* Constellation Connected Enterprise 2012 – The Networked Society and People, LA (US) >>

* Climate Summit 2012, London (UK) >>
* EIBTM CEO Summit, Barcelona (ES) >>

December
* Fibertex  Trend Workshop, London (UK) >>

2011

January
* CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
Tomorrow’s People & The Empathic Organisation, Copenhagen (DK) >>

February
* Volvo Workshop – Adapting to the Future 2025+ The Next Decade: Society, Business & People, Gothenburg (SE)

March
* Ageing Well Network Conference – The No-Age Society & Meaningful Consumption, Dublin (IR) link >>
* WOSM (World Organization of the Scout Movement) – “What Matters to Tomorrowʼs Young People?”, Geneva (CH)

May
* Roche – Global HR Vision 2020+ Tomorrow’s People & the Whole Brain Organisation, Buonas on lake Zug (CH) >>
* Nationwide – The Big Picture 2025+ Financial Services & Tomorrow’s People, Newbury (UK) >>

June
* Central St Martins College of Art & Design – Innovation Overkill, Create Destroy Innovate, London (UK) >>
* Bro Kommunikation – Vision 2020+ Tomorrow’s People & the Whole Brain Organisation, Copenhagen (DK)

September
* FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) – Adapting to the Future 2025+ Ethical Consumption & Leadership, Bonn (DE) >>
* VestNorden Travelmart 2011 – Travel Trends 2025+ A Good Story will Always Win, Torshavn (FO) >>

October
* Ericsson – The Networked Society – 2020 Shaping Ideas London (UK) >>
* Mondi – Adapting to the Future 2025+ Meaningful Consumption & Empathic Leadership, Pribylina (SL)
* Lattelecom – The Big Picture 2025+ Social Trends & People in a Dialogue-Driven Society, Riga (LT) >>
* EPCA (The European Petrochemical Association) – International Year of Chemistry 2011, Berlin (DE) >>
* RBS  (Royal Bank of Scotland) – The Big Picture 2025+ Financial Services & Tomorrow’s People, London (UK)

2010

January
* London College of Fashion
– Society Trends 2020+ – The Future of the Luxury Industry, London (UK)

February
* ABB – Energy Technology 2020+: Global Trend, Impact & Opportunities, Tallinn (EST)

March
* Accenture – The Future of Money 2020+: What Matter’s to People in the Age of Transparency, Bucks (UK)
* 02 & Telefonica – Trends 2010, London (UK)
* Donegal Enterprise – Thinking Differently for the Future: People, Glocalisation & Micro Communities, Letterkenny (IR)

May
* Danish Design Centre – 2020+: Projecting the next decade: Society, Business & People, Stockholm (SE)
* IKEA – Student Lecture, London (UK)

June
* Baker Tilly – Adapting to the Future 2020+: Projecting the Next Decade: Society, Business & People, Budapest (HU)
* Bro Kommunikation – The Future of Money 2020+: What Matter’s to People in the Age of Transparency

September
* Goodwille – Adapting to the Future 2020+: Projecting the next decade: Society, Business & People, London (UK)
* XO Care – Tomorrow’s Dentist, Copenhagen (DK)
* IBEC – Adapting to the Future 2020+: Tomorrow’s People & the Empathic Organisation, Dublin (IR)

October
* Danish Journalists – Future of Media, London (UK)
* PIBF – Macro Trends and Lifestyles for 2020, Stockholm (SE)
* MDHUB – Thinking Differently for the Future: Macro Trends & Regional Values in a Global Context, Brighton (UK)
* ICF (International Coaching Federation) – Tomorrow’s Coaches: Society, Business & People 2020+, Fort Worth (US)

November
* Lund University  Q-day, Adapting to the Future 2020+: Tomorrow’s People & the Empathic Organisation, Lund (SE)
* Lund University  Innovation in Mind: How to Inspire Innovative Minds, Lund (SE)
* WorkTECH10 – Tomorrow’s Workplace: People & Meaningful Consumption, London (UK)
* FastStats – Dynamics of Change: What Matters to People in the Age of Transparency, London (UK)
* Cordless – WorkTech 2010 (UK)
* Premiere International Associates – 2020+ Tomorrow’s Leadership: People, Products & Services, London (UK)

December
* Ericsson 
– 2020 Shaping Ideas – Ethical Business and Female Power (UK) >>

2009

February
* CMR Market Research Conference – Inspirations & Case Studies for the Nation of the Future, Zagreb (HR)

March
* Adam Smith Institute – SOCIETY TRENDS 2020+ Navigating in the Age of Sustainability, Moscow (RU)
* iittala – Consumer Insights & Trends, Helsinki (FI)

April
* iittala – Designers Workshop, Helsinki (FI)

September
* Motion – Christianstad (DK) >>
* iittala – Workshop on Consumer Insights & Trends, Berlin (DE)
* BRO Kommunikation
– Exploring the Workplace of the Future, London (UK)

* KEA – Tomorrow’s Consumer, London (UK)

October
* Catalan Agency for Competitiveness – Future of Luxury 2015+ & Tomorrow’s People, Barcelona (ES)

December
* Gray’s School of Art
– Dynamics of Trends 2015+ Tomorrow’s People & Emotional Consumption, Aberdeen (UK)

2008

February 
Tikkurila – Know your future customer: Consumer & Lifestyles 2012, Helsinki (FI)

April 
* HR Management Conference  – The Future Workplace & Tomorrow’s People, Riga (LV)
* HR Management Conference  – The Future Workplace & Tomorrow’s People, Tartu (EE)
* DeLaval – Dairy Production, Stockholm (SE)

May 
The Human Resource Forum – The Future Workplace & Tomorrow’s People, Jersey (UK)

June
* Fortis ABN AMRO – Macro trends 2015+ Paris (FR)
* ERA (Electronic Retailing Association) – Emotional Consumption & The Future of E-Commerce, Monte Carlo (FR)
* ESADE Alumni – Innovation and Trends in Sports & Culture, Barcelona (ES)
* Pigture Group Symposium – Macro Trends 2015 and Tomorrow’s Consumer, Haren (NL)

July
* AMA (Arts Marketing Association) – Society Trends, Today’s People & Emotional Consumption, Newcastle (UK)
* Mannaz – Macro Trends 2018+ Future Leadership and Tomorrow’s People, London (UK)
* PriceWaterhouseCoopers – Trends 2018+ Emotional Consumption & Tomorrow’s People, Barcelona (ES)

* BledCom – Global Public Relations Symposium: Society Trends, Emotional Consumption, Culture & PR, Bled (SL)

September
* Rexam Plc – Society Trends 2015+ Innovation & Emotional Consumption, VIP Forum, Nice (FR)

October
* IT-Forum Midtjylland – Living in A Digital World – IT as Innovation Driver, Aarhus (DK)
* Holmsland Biblioteker (DK)

November
* MARKA 2008 – The Annual Marketing Event, Istanbul (TR)
* Economedia – Marketing Event, Sofia (BL)

2007

January
* HÅG – Macro Trends 2012+: Emotional Consumption & the Future Consumer, Copenhagen (DK)

February
* VELUX – Macro Trends 2015+: Tomorrow’s People & Natural Light, HQ (DK)
* Esomar – Macro Trends 2015+: Looking at the future of Retail & Tomorrow’s Consumer, Valencia (ES)
* Formland – Opening of exhibition with Trend Talk, Herning (DK)

March
* McKinsey & Co – Macro Trends 2015+ and Tomorrow’s Consumer, Kitzbuhl (A)
* Vlerick Alumni – Macro Trends 2015+: Tomorrow’s Consumer & Emotional Consumption, Gent (B)
* PriceWaterhouseCoopers – Macro Trends 2015+: Exploring the Future Workplace & Tomorrow’s People, Barcelona (ES)

April
* Publicis – Society Trends 2015+: Tomorrow’s Consumer & Meaningful Consumption, Paris (FR)

June
* Fedustria Meubelinnovatie – Trends 2015+: Tomorrow’s People & Emotional Consumption, Ghent (B)

July
* Hill & Knowlton – Macro Trends 2010+: Navigating in a Complex World, London (UK)

August
* IDE Møbler – Macro Trends 2010+: Tomorrow’s Consumer & Emotional Living, Copenhagen (DK)
* CC Public Relations – Macro Trends 2010+: Tomorrow’s Consumer & Future Innovation, Aarhus (DK)

September
* SONY
– Colour & Trends Strategy 2009+, Tokyo (JP)
* CIPD (Chartered Institute for Personel Development) – People & Tomorrow’s Workplace 2015+, Harrogate (UK)
* Tower Perrin – Technology & Tomorrow’s People 2015+, London (UK)

October
* FIA
(Federation International Automobiles) – ‘Do Motoring Clubs Have a Future?’ Generation X & Y Grow Up, Paris (FR)
* Victrex – Looking at society & Tomorrow’s Consumer 2015+, Lake District (UK)
* DTB – Macro Trends 2015+ Tomorrow’s People & Emotional Consumption, Herning (DK)

November
* UNILEVER 
– Macro Trends 2010+: Tomorrow’s Consumer & Emotional Consumption, Dijon (FR)
* Owen James Private Banking Advisory
– A Meeting of Minds – ‘The Empowered Consumer’, London (UK)
* Plast Team
– Macro Trends 2015 – Tomorrow’s People & Meaningful Consumption, Copenhagen (DK)

2006

January
* SONY – Global Influences 07/08, London (UK)

February
* Pearl Academy of Fashion – The Challenges of Global Fashion Leadership, New Delhi (IN)
* The Council of Foreign Chambers of Commerce – Macro Trends 2010+, Canada House, London (UK)

March
* Fibertex – Macro Trends 2010+ Future Trends in Sanitary Products, Aalborg (DK)
* Sport-Master – Emotional Consumption – Looking at the future of Sport, Leisure & Well-being, London (UK)

April
* Bergen Chamber of Commerce – Emotional Consumption, Looking at new business opportunities, Bergen (N)
* TCDC (Thailand Creative & Design Center) – Trends 2010+ Consumer Behaviour & Design Opportunities, Bangkok (TH)

May
* Danish Technological Institute – The Marketing Day 2006: Exploring new consumer mindsets, Copenhagen (DK)
* IC Company – Emotional Consumption, Future Trends and Concepts, Copenhagen (DK)
* Innozone – From Trend Spotting to Trend Creation, Kolding (DK)

June
* JCI – Everything is Possible, Talinn (EE)
* SCA – Macro Trends 2010+ Future Opportunities in Disposable Products, Aalborg (DK)

July
* Eventia – Future Trends and the Experience Economy 2010+ Oxford (UK)

September
* TCC HÅG – Future Trends and the Work Environment, Copenhagen (DK)

October
* NOKIA – Consumer Trends Workshop, Farnborough (UK)
* Aller Press – Macro Trends and the Future of Media, Copenhagen (DK)
* Kjaer Global  Time to Think – 8th International Trends Conference, Copenhagen (DK)

November
* XO Care Summit
– Macro Trends and The Future of Dental Care, Copenhagen (DK)
* GNResound – Macro Trends 2011+ The Future Consumer, Copenhagen (DK)
* Ribe Handelsskole – Trends Forecasting as a Business, Ribe (DK)
* SAMU Network – Lecture for Danish Interest Organisations, Copenhagen (DK)
* Home Sale Network – The Home in the Future and Tomorrow’s People, Cardiff (UK)
* NOKIA – Consumer Trends Workshop, Helsinki (FI)
* Danske Ark – Lecture for Danish Architects, Aarhus (DK)

December
* Les Mills
– The Future of the Fitness & Well-being Industry, Cologne (D)

2005

January
* ESP Trendlab – Global Influences 06/07, New York (US)

February
* Teko University – Lifestyle Trends & Future Consumer Mindsets, Herning (DK)
* Danish Textile Association – Fashion Trends 2006, Herning (DK)
* Johnson & Johnson – Socio Trends & Wellness 2010+, Paris (F)
* RCA (Royal College of Art) – Macro Trends & Colours, London (UK)

March
* RCA (Royal College of Art) – Lifestyle Trend & Colours, London (UK)
* UNILEVER – Macro Trends & Consumer Goods, London (UK)
* Schwarzkopf & Henkel – Beauty & Wellness 2010, Düsseldorf (D)

April
* Westpoint Stevens – Global Influence 06/07, New York (US)
* ESP Trendlab – Global Influences 06/07, New York (US)
* ACNielsen – The future of the Grocery Business, Annual Retail Conference, Copenhagen (DK)
* ACNielsen – The future of the Grocery Business, Annual Retail Conference, Oslo (N)
* McKinsey & Co – Banking in the Future 2010+, Brussels (B)
* Schwarzkopf & Henkel – Beauty & Wellness 2010, Düsseldorf (D)
* ACNielsen – The future of the Grocery Business, Annual Retail Conference, Stockholm (S)
* ACNielsen – The future of the Grocery Business, Annual Retail Conference, Helsinki (SU)

May
* TEKO – Lifestyle Trends & the Future of Design Education, Herning (DK)
* Janssen-Cilag – Macro Trends 2010 ‘out-of-the-box’- thinking for Pharma & Finances, Athens (GR)
* The Estonian Retail Conference – The future of the Retail & Grocery Business, Tallinn (ES)
* The Baltic Retail Conference – The future of the Retail & Grocery Business, Vilnius (LT)
* CIFS (Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies) – Navigating in a Complex World, Copenhagen (DK)

June
* Johnson & Johnson – 2010+ Tomorrow’s Workplace & HR, Rome (I)
* SKANDIUM – Macro Trends & Consumer Mindsets impacting Designer Furniture, London (UK)

September
* IKEA 
– Global Influences 06/07 & Consumer Mindsets, Almhult (S)
* ORGANTEX – Lifestyle Trends & Sportswear, Porto (PT)

October
* RBM
– Trend Management 2010+ Empathic Architecture & Emotional Products, Katwijk (NL)
* CIFS & Kjaer Global – Time to Think, Copenhagen (DK)

November
* DANIKAST
– The Future of Design Management, London (UK)
* Paulig Group – Macro Trends 2008+ The future of the Grocery & Retail, Copenhagen (DK)
* Philips – Trends 2010+ The future of Wellness, Eindhoven (NL)

2004

January
* Danish Textile Association – Trend Seminar S/S 2005, Herning (DK)
* Erhvervsakademi Midtvest – Where do Trends come from?, Thisted (DK)
* Kjaer Global +Seminar – Innovate or Die, Copenhagen (DK)

February
* DUCC (Danish UK Chamber of Commerce) – Macro Trends 2010+, London (UK)

March
* SAS Institute USA – Experience the Breakthrough, Copenhagen (DK)
* Scandinavian Experience Congress – Future Generations & Drivers, Gothenburg (S)
* The Ceramic Industry Forum – Innovate & Thrive, Stoke on Trent (UK)
* Hair Academy – Inspiration & Trends 2005, Odense (DK)

April
* Scottish Enterprise – Scotland at the Cutting Edge, Edinburgh (UK)

May
* Scandinavian Furniture Fair – Making Choices in the Innovation Process, Copenhagen (DK)

June
* SONY – Next Generation Home Entertainment 2006+, London (UK)
* Credin – Macro Trends & Cases for the Food & Baking Sector, Kolding (DK)

July
* ESP Trendlab – Multidimensional Thinking, Scandinavia House, New York (US)

August
* IKEA – Global Influences 2006, Almhult (S)

October
* NETTO – Interior & Homeware Trend Seminar projecting 2006, Copenhagen (DK)

November
* Femina
– Advertising & Consumer Mindsets Trend Seminar, Copenhagen (DK)

2003


January
* Kjaer Global +Seminar
– Pinpoint, Copenhagen (DK)

March
* SONY – Colour Strategy 2004, Weybridge (UK)
* DYRUP – From Function to Feeling, Copenhagen (DK)
* WDA (Welsh Development Agency) – Trend Forecasting Seminar, Cardiff (UK)

April

* QUEST International – Colour & Flavour Workshop, Rye Beach (UK)

July
* TEKO – Summer School on Trends & Marketing, London (UK)

August

* Toyota (TMME Europe) – Automotive futures 2010-2015-2020-2025, Brussels (B)
* Danish Textile Association – Trend Seminar A/W 04/05, Herning (DK)

 September

* Fritz Hansen – Less can also Mean More, St Catherine’s College, Oxford (UK)

November
* Femina – Trend Seminar, London (UK)
* Women Country/City – From City to Country Life, Nykøbing Mors (DK)

December

* IKEA – Understanding the Future by Looking at Past & Present, Almhult (S)

2002

January
* Kjaer Global +Seminar – Seasonal Trends S/S 2003, Herning (DK)
* Danish Textile Association – Trend Seminar S/S 2003, Herning (DK)
* Odense Textile School – Trend & Concept S/S 2003, Odense (DK)

February
* Mode information Trend Seminar – Global Influences, London (UK)

March
* SONY
– Colour Strategy 2003, Weybridge (UK)
* Elite Fabric Show – Global Influences, ‘After Recession Comes Discovery’, London (UK)

July
* TEKO – Summer School on Future Trends Forecasting, London (UK)

August
* Kjaer Global +Seminar – Seasonal Trends A/W 03/04, Copenhagen (DK)
* Danish Textile Association – Trend Seminar A/W 03/04, Herning (DK)

September
* DECOSIT
– Nothing is Constant Except Change, Brussels (B)

October
* CIFS (Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies) – From Trend Spotting to Trend Creation, Copenhagen (DK)

November
* Mode information
– Trend Seminar on Multidimensional Dimensional Thinking, London (UK)
* CONFEX
– Future Trends Conference, Copenhagen (DK)

2001

January
* Danish Textile Association – Trend seminar S/S 2002, Herning (DK)

February
* The Danish Design School – How do Lifestyle Trends Emerge?, Kolding (DK)
* The Spitz Gallery – The Importance of Trend Mapping, London (UK)

March
* KK Stiftelsen – The I-generation in an Upgrade Society, Stockholm (S)

May
* Society of Danish Designers – Future Concepts, Copenhagen (DK)
* Scandinavian Furniture Fair – The Next Big Thing, Copenhagen (DK)

June
* PERGO – Macro Trends and Future Product Development, Malmo (S)

July
* ESP Trendlab – Whitespace Conference, Global Influences 2003, Dia Center for Art, New York (US) >>

August
* Mode information
 – Trend Seminar on Global Influences 2003, Milan (I)
* Danish Textile Association
 – Trend Seminar A/W 02/03, Herning (DK)

2000

January
* Danish Textile Association – Trend Seminar S/S 2001, Herning (DK)

February

* CIFF (Copenhagen International Fashion Fair) – Trend Concepts A/W 01/02, Copenhagen (DK)

March

* Ikano Finance – The i-generation, Copenhagen (DK)


May

* Scandinavian Furniture Fair – Trends & Furniture Design, Copenhagen (DK)
* WELLA – Fashion And Beauty Workshop, Cannes (FR)

August

* CIFF (Copenhagen International Fashion Fair) – Trend Concepts S/S 2001, Copenhagen (DK)

September

* Musterion – A Quest for Happiness, Brussels (B)

November
* TEKO 
– Future Marketing, Herning (DK)

1999

May
* TRANSIT – The i-generation, Cologne (D)

August
* CIFF (Copenhagen International Fashion Fair) – Trend concept spring/summer 2000, Copenhagen (DK)

October
* Sydney Design ’99 – Design Viewpoints in Time, Sydney (AU)
* MIT (Melbourne Institute Of Technology) – Future Vision, the I-generation, Melbourne (AU)

November
* PROMAX ’99 – Future Vision, London (UK)

December
* P&G – Live Event, London (UK)
* The Danish Finance Sector – Traveling into the Future, Aarhus (DK)

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