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FUTURE Patrick Dixon

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Location: Geneva CH
Website: http://www.globalchange.com
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Patrick Dixon, Futurist, author 12 books including Futurewise, has been ranked one of 20 most influentual business thinkers alive today (Thinkers 50 2005). Conference keynote speaker (54 nations - up to 5 a week) works with many of the world's largest corporations on global trends, new technology forecasts, consumer trends, biotech, health care, marketing, risk management, change management, strategy, scenario planning, product design, business innovation, leadership, motivation and customer insight. Patrick Dixon trained first as physician, founded ACET, international AIDS foundation in 23 nations in 1988. Clients in Banks, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Pensions, Financial Planning, Investment Banking and Fund Management, Airlines, Travel, Shipping, Hotels, Tourism and Automotive, Food and Drink / Packaging Industry, Energy, Chemical Industry, Mining, Metals, other Commodities, Health Care, Pharmaceutical Industry, Medical Technology and Cosmetics / Lifestyle,Government and UN,Marketing, Advertising and Design,Media, Telecommunications, Virtual Teams and Virtual Organisations, Mobile Phones, Social Networking and Viral Marketing, Journalism, Media, Satellite, Broadcasting, TV, Radio, Newspapers and Magazines, Logistics, Procurement and Distribution, Law Firms / Legal, Management, Consulting, Training, Service Organisations,Non-Profit Organisations, Technology, Engineering, Software and Computer Manufacturers, Real Estate / Construction / Engineering,Retail, Textiles, Engineering and some other Manufacturing. Work is to help corporations make more accurate forecasts and predictions about global trends and future opportunities. Main site (blogger, twitter, writer, v-blogger, articles and videos of conference keynote presentations) used by 12 million different people. Video views 1.6 million people of conferences. workshops and seminars - plus comments trends and issues: