DECODING TOMORROW: FUTURISM AND FORESIGHTS TODAY

FORESIGHTS AND IDEAS THAT EXPAND MINDS AND INSPIRE A CHANGE OF HEART.

13 Sep 2021

Sustainable Futures: batteries driving a green shift

What happens when an electric vehicle meets the end of the road? It’s a question that any company with aspirations to ‘go green’, in any shape or form, should be interested in.   While an EV releases no emissions when being driven, ...

07 Sep 2021

Ikigai: Purpose-Led and Sustainable Leadership

At Thinque we know that you want to be a sustainability leader. In order to do that, you need to win over the hearts and minds of your organisation's key stakeholders. The problem is that your company's culture may be eating ...

01 Sep 2021

Future Prosperity: Impact Investing & Sustainability

It’s a bit too easy to think that investing is about making money. It is. But, broadly speaking, investing is an act of optimism. It’s a bet on progress, on growth, on technologies and advancement that will improve our lives at mass ...

23 Aug 2021

The Future of Cinematic Conferences: win digital minds & analogue hearts

Your audience has zoom fatigue. Luckily, technology now enables new creative expressions and cinematic dissemination of avant-garde ideas. For the last fifteen years I’ve been preparing leaders for digital disruption, sustainable ...

12 Aug 2021

Sustainable Futures: Sustainability Tips on the Home & Business Fronts

We’ve amassed our reusable coffee cups and grocery bags but as noble as these things are, they’re small, incremental changes in the scheme of environmental conservation. But there are a few changes - low hanging fruits if you wish - ...

29 Jul 2021

Sustainable Innovation: Technology is Saving the Planet

Today’s technology has incredible implications for the way we live our lives. It’s tempting to feel pessimistic about the way technology has shaped our lives. We spend too much time doomscrolling or comparing ourselves to influencers, ...

26 Jul 2021

Without Sustainable Business Development Goals There is No Sustainable Future

In 1914, among high unemployment, Henry Ford decided to pay his factory workers a minimum of $5 a day. It was close to double what the average auto factory worker made and it shocked the industry. But it was a brilliant move. The ...