The Future Trends Forum is the only international, multidisciplinary think tank focused on innovation. Made up of more than 400 experts, the FTF anticipates the future by detecting trends in innovation and analyzing their impact on our society and business models.
Every year we ask our experts to detect the innovative trends that will have the largest impact on our near future. Once the trends to be discussed are chosen, our experts lend a helping hand to define the key issues to be analyzed as part of each trend and identify the key experts from around the world. This set of experts will ultimately collaborate with us to anticipate challenges brought about by each trend. After an on-site meeting in Madrid, the conclusions drawn are discussed in a forward-looking report that presents as well an overview of the trend. The report focuses on drawing conclusions about the potential impact of the trend discussed, in order to communicate pragmatic, down-to-earth knowledge to our target audience. These contents are published on our website and spread via ad-hoc conferences around Spain, seeking the goal of anticipating the future and encouraging innovation in society.
- 2017Business Model Disruption
In last years, we are witnessing a radical acceleration of innovation and the creation of new business models thanks to technological development. This FTF trends will explore what new business models will generate the new generation of disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, Blockchains, robotics, etc.
- 2016Digital Health
This trend analyzes how the digital revolution has reached health. The expert of the Future Trends Forum analyzed this new revolution to develop a new map of digital health, with its barriers and benefits as well as identifying stakeholders involved (patients, health professionals, public service) in accelerating digital health.
Jody encourages changing the culture of aging from a negative view to an opportunity.
Massimo believes that the coexistence of several generations will be the main consequence of the inc...
Conference by Jay Olshansky, Professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Illinois ...