Think about the future of business with Rohit Talwar

On Monday, Oct. 26, hear how the future will be different from the present — and how companies will have to adapt.

Rohit Talwar is speaking in Brooklyn on Oct. 26. (Courtesy photo)

What will the life and the economy be like in 20 years? Different from the way it is now, according to British futurist Rohit Talwar.
The Brooklyn Futurists are bringing Talwar to Brooklyn Law School on Monday night to talk about his recently published book, The Future of Business.
“Over the next 5-20 years Rohit Talwar argues that we will experience more change in business than in the last 500,” the group says. “He will highlight the imperatives for organizations to transform themselves in the next few years to prepare for a faster future and highlight major strategic choices business will have to make on the journey.”
For the book, Talwar got submissions from 62 thinkers and put together an anthology of sorts about what some of the best minds think about the future of business.

Talwar is a futurist and speaker, and the CEO of the research and analysis firm Fast Future. He thinks about what the future will bring and explains to companies how they can best prepare and take advantage of the way their industries will change. Not a bad gig, if you can get it.
The event will take place in the first floor students’ lounge at 250 Joralemon St. Doors open at 6:40 p.m. Admission costs $8. RSVP above.

Companies: Brooklyn Law School
Series: Brooklyn

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