5 reasons why every business needs to know about "The Future of Almost Everything"

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The Future of Almost Everything, my latest book, is packed full of key survival and success factors for every business, whether you work for one of the world’s largest corporations, or a small family-owned enterprise.  This forecast of the future will transform how you think about tomorrow, and guide vital decisions you need to take today, in 5 key areas.  Buy The Future of Almost Everything today.

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10 trends that will dominate our future - all predictable, changing slowly with huge future impact - based on new book The Future of Almost Everything

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1500 views of this post in first 2 days.  Read FREE SAMPLE of The Truth about Almost EverythingOur future will be shaped by hundreds of trends which are changing relatively slowly and predictably. Here are ten of the most significant. Fall in technology and connectivity costs.  Universal access to global web.  1 billion children alive today.  85% of humanity living in emerging markets in 10 years. Huge growth in life expectancy in many nations.  Huge growth in multinational mergers and global trade. Increased automation in cars, homes, factories and offices.  Tribalism feeding radicalism and terrorism.  Search for purpose, meaning and spirituality, coupled with worries about sustainability.

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Future Trends - impact on Baltic Region and Wider World. Interview on Infotech, biotech, Crimea, possible breakup of UK, keys to business success

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Media interview before Prime Minister's Global Forum in Latvia - Patrick Dixon's opening keynote at Riga International Leadership Summit

Topics: global economy, social media, sanctions against Russia, future of Baltic companies, Scottish independence, green tech, altering the human race using biotech, intuition in business decisions, dangerous obsessions with shareholder value, and what companies will most succeed in tomorrow's world.

"Our world will be increasingly interconnected and we will see key examples where a single event has triggered a wide range of unexpected results.  Expect successful corporations to develop more agile and dynamic leadership, with alternative strategies for innovation and change."

The keynote will create a broad 5-10 year vision of tomorrow’s world, based on fundamental trends which will dominate corporations and governments. 

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Future of Northern Ireland Economy - Growth Strategies

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There are many opportunities for growth in Northern Ireland, and there will be even more as the economy in the Republic of Ireland recovers (as it will).  Much depends on investor confidence, whether of the CEO of a medium sized company with healthy balance sheets, who has been afraid to burn cash that might be needed in a new downturn, or the leader of a new start-up who is wondering about the wisdom of seeking a loan which is tied to the equity in the family home. Need a world-class keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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Future of Europe - Why EU is splitting into two regions

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Europe is drifting apart into two groups:  high risk and low risk countries.  The greatest challenge for the future survival of Europe in current form will be finding a way to bridge the gap between them.

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Truth about Global Economic Crisis: America, EU, China, Emerging Markets

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GWP Global Economic Growth“Smart Economics is about more than numbers in a globalised, rapidly changing, multi-cultural, digital world.” It is easy to gain the impression from TV news channels and Business news pages that the entire global economy has been in free-fall for the last 2-3 years, and that recovery is a long way off.  By 2011, GWP had bounced back to levels seen in 2004-2007.  The world economy only shrank for just over 12 months. It is true that our world continues to be vulnerable to a further economic shock, but we do need to see these things in the context of longer history, and longer future. What kind of events could trigger a second global shock?

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China as world's dominant superpower - Impact on America, Russia and EU

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Here is a fact beyond dispute:  China is set to become the world’s largest economy.  The only debates are by what date and by what measure?  According to the IMF, Asian economies will represent at least 40% of global economic output by 2015, adjusted for Purchasing Power Parity. Many economists expect that on PPP calculations, China will overtake the United States long before 2020, probably by 2015-17. All global economists agree it is only a matter of time, by whatever measure. Most people in developed nations are unprepared for an inevitable major psychological, economic, cultural and political shift, which will impact the rest of this century. Need a world-class keynote speaker on trends in China? Phone Patrick Dixon now or email.

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How interest rate policies will change: future inflation risks, global economy

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Why governments are changing interest rate policies and targeting slightly higher inflation rates. Risks of targeting inflation rates as low as 2% with little room for macro-economic shocks or deflationary events. Predictions by many economists have been unreliable in the 2008-2011 global crisis, partly because economists tended to underestimate the financial and political complexities. Challenges to global economy and vulnerability of some developed nations to deflation, despite short term inflation caused by higher oil prices and other commodity shortages. Economic outlook for US and Europe in the midst of urgent attempts to avoid another recession.

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Truth about UK debt - hidden ways for government to reduce

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UK government debtUK government debt is around £1 trillion, equal to over 70% of our GDP, and way above highest levels since 1975.  It is continuing to rise fast, and many people are worried about it.  But here are some interesting facts about hidden ways to reduce the debt, and its real impact.

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Future of Euro – and breakup of the EU / Eurozone

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I am often asked about the future of the Euro and Eurozone nations.

Will the Euro collapse?  Will one or more nations leave the Eurozone?

Will nations like Greece default on their national debt?  And if they do so, what will be the likely impact on the Eurozone as a whole, and on banks?  What will be the risk of accelerating another economic crisis?

Will EU nations like the UK who are outside the Eurozone be damaged in the possible chaos? Article and Video.

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