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Inside the new ‘future fit’ world that works for everyone

Pretending everything is great when it’s not isn’t the way to tackle a problem but without a sense that better days lie ahead we can become easily enervated by seemingly insurmountable challenges. We humans need something worthwhile to aim at – a better future, but imaging it can sometimes be difficult, which is where people like Marc Buckley are stepping up, painting a picture of a future for the world that is desirable and designed to work for everyone.

The editor-at-large for Innovators Magazine and host of the Inside Inside podcast, Marc is part of the World Economic Forum expert network and a regenerative futurist who tours the world more often than Taylor Swift, talking to audiences about how together we can create a better future, one where harmony between the environment, the economy and society is locked in and benefits all.

And this Friday Marc will be doing more of this when he gives the keynote at the MHP Festival of Digital Excellence in Germany.

“When it comes to achieving a better tomorrow, there is hardly an advocate and thought leader who is more passionate and inspiring about a healthy and sustainable lifestyle,” posted MHP – a Porsche Company. “For many years he has been a regenerative futurist and consulting expert of the World Economic Forum. In his keynote for us, Marc will present his holistic-systemic approach and new ways to create a Future Fit world that works for everyone.”

Watch the livestream this Friday from 3.10pm.

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Iain is a creative writer, journalist and lecturer, and formerly an editor of two international business publications. Iain is now editor of Innovators Magazine, as well as the strategic content director for OnePoint5Media.


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