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Anders Sörman-Nilsson Featured Thinque Tank. Futurist. Innovation Strategist. Speaker.

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  • 2016 Seamless: A Hero's Journey of Digital Disruption, Adaptation and Human Transformation
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Anders Sörman-Nilsson (Global EMBA / LLB) is a futurist and the founder of the think tank and trend analysis firm - Thinque, which provides data-based research, foresight and thought leadership assets for global brands across 4 continents.

The company's vision is to disseminate and decode ‘avant-garde ideas which expand minds and inspire a change of heart’, and clients like Microsoft, Apple, Meta (Facebook), McKinsey, Jaguar Land Rover, Adobe, MINI, Rugby New Zealand and Lego trust his future guidance.

This Keynote Speaker of the Year award-winner helps leaders decode trends, decipher what’s next and turn provocative questions into proactive answers. He has published 3 books on digital transformation and innovation including ‘Aftershock’ (2020), ‘Seamless’ (2017) and ‘Digilogue’ (2013), is a member of TEDGlobal, Entrepreneurs Organization where he is the Sydney Chapter's Leadership Impact Chair, and was nominated to the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders in 2019.

He is the author of the Microsoft & Thinque whitepaper "How Artificial Intelligence is powering Australian Retail", the co-creator of the B2B marketing award-winning Adobe Creative (CQ) Intelligence test, and is the host of the 2nd Renaissance Podcast as well as the Entrepreneurs Organization's Scaling Impact podcast. His futurist thinking has been shared by the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Financial Review, Monocle, BBC, South China Morning Post, Esquire and ABC TV.


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