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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bronwyn Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bronwyn Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bronwyn Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bronwyn Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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Bronwyn Williams: Self Sovereignty, Futurism, and The State (EP.15)

Infinite Loops
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In this episode of Infinite Loops we spoke with Bronwyn Williams. We discuss:

  • What being a ‘futurist’ means
  • Accelerating trends as a result of COVID-19
  • Geopolitics and the African continent
  • Technology and economic development
  • The future of governance

Follow Bronwyn on Twitter (https://twitter.com/bronwynwilliams) and check out her website here (https://whatthefuturenow.com/)

Jul 09 2020

1hr 5mins

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Episode 10: The Future of Money with Bronwyn Williams

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Whether its crypto currency or investing in precious metals, the future of money both excites and induces much nail biting.

What are some of the key ideas around fiscal policy, trading and money itself that we need to be aware of as we step into the future?

Trend Translator and Future Finance Specialist, Bronwyn Williams chats to us about what to look out for as the face of money changes.

Jun 04 2020

26mins

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S2: Ep03 - Bronwyn Williams talks about transhumanism and the future of Africa

Exponential Minds Podcast
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 3 of the Exponential Minds Podcast. Nikolas Badminton, Futurist, Keynote Speaker and Author, speaks to the amazing thinkers that dream bigger and impact the world with their thinking and actions.

This episode features a Johannesburg-based futurist, strategist, economist, and trend analyst Bronwyn Williams. She has significant experience in marketing management and trend research, working predominantly with brands in the financial, retail and B2B industries.

In this interview she takes us through thinking of transhumanism and Implications for future-of-work and future of societal equality, the evolution of the knowledge economy in Africa, and the future of that continent.

See more about Bronwyn at https://whatthefuturenow.com/

See more of Nikolas’ work at https://www.nikolasbadminton.com

Apr 06 2020

41mins

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MBS140 - 'Don't be Evil' with Bronwyn Williams, Chaos Theory Specialist

Matt Brown Show
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Ethics. Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do. But the ethics of any company and individual can be tested, especially in the pursuit of profit and when under pressure. Google was famous for including the words ‘don’t be evil’ in their code of conduct, but in April last year they removed it in order to expand in China. Being 'evil' is very tempting. Brands and businesses are constantly tempted to exploit consumer data and values for profit. Take Google; the temptation to sell out their values, in the form of submitting to China’s state censorship to secure a shot at the massive Chinese market, was just too alluring to pass up. Similarly, beauty brands, including fan favourites MAC and Revlon, agreed to animal testing (a practice they reviled in their home markets) to gain entry to lucrative markets (China again) that insist on the practice. As we head into 2019, it’s worth our while to examine the trends that highlight the potential brands have to drive both good and evil in society. To help us do this, I spoke to Bronwyn Williams who specialises in Chaos Theory or the science of predicting the behaviour of “inherently unpredictable” systems. As a trend researcher, writer and keynote speaker, she is in the business of making sense out of chaos and making the unpredictable future understandable and accessible to you and your business

Jan 18 2019

1hr 8mins

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