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The British Chamber of Commerce: Leadership Forum on Technology and the Future

The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg proudly welcomed Futurist Liselotte Lyngsø for a fascinating, energising and insightful talk at its Leadership Forum held on 19 October at the Banque de Luxembourg. Liselotte discussed the future and its exciting advancements such as robots, quantum computers, and virtual reality. Cool topics that she frequently engages with […]

People First; Why Is It So Important?

At the Fast Company annual meeting for innovative leaders and creative people in business, the focus was on how important it is to put people first in technology, design, cities, and sustainability. Why? Because ultimately, we create these things to improve our lives. If we make sure to think about people first, we can also […]

The Age of Precision

Listen to the podcast from FuturePrint, where futurist Liselotte Lyngsø talks about predicting Brexit, the crisis of leadership, the importance of creativity and future trends. MASTER THE ART OF TRENDSPOTTING AND HOST YOUR OWN TREND MAPPING WORKSHOPS Do you want to learn how to spot trends and translate the future into strategy, ideas and development […]

How creative placemaking will benefit Danish society

“Creative Placemaking is an evolving field of practice which intentionally leverages the power of the arts, culture and creativity. It serves a community’s interest. It drives a broader agenda for change, growth and transformation in a way that also builds character and quality of place.” In a report published in June 2021, The Urban Land Institute seeks to reach […]

War, pandemic & climate change: How will the ongoing crisis change Europe?

Two years with a pandemic. A war with the potential to last social and economic consequences. An ever-raging climate crisis. In a session of Foundation Forum 2022, futurist Liselotte Lyngso joins youth representative Emmy Coffey, and political scientist Ivan Krastev, to talk about how we can rethink the future of Europe. From post-war to pre-war sentiments  Right before the war […]

Nature Calls – But what Kind of Nature?

We live in the Anthropocene period. Human interaction with nature has rapidly and radically changed our ecosystem, our habitat, our planet. We all know the challenges flowing from global warming, the crisis of biodiversity and the accelerated exploitation of natural resources. The Energy war in Europe will speed up the need to make up our […]