Monthly Archives: September 2015

Esquire: Blue sky thinking

14 : 09 : 2015
Esquire September full page article.

Drawing on our Optimised Self research, LS:N Global senior journalist Daniela Walker tells Esquire why the future of health will be driven by genetic testing.

‘Now you can be your own personal NHS. Devices such as Fitbits encourage what they call ‘upstream wellness’ – meaning you look upstream to make sure you’re taking care of yourself rather than waiting for a diagnosis.’ says Walker.

Esquire: Blue sky thinking

Esquire September full page article.

Drawing on our Optimised Self research, LS:N Global senior journalist Daniela Walker tells Esquire why the future of health will be driven by genetic testing.

‘Now you can be your own personal NHS. Devices such as Fitbits encourage what they call ‘upstream wellness’ – meaning you look upstream to make sure you’re taking care of yourself rather than waiting for a diagnosis.’ says Walker.

Esquire: Blue sky thinking

Esquire September full page article.

Drawing on our Optimised Self research, LS:N Global senior journalist Daniela Walker tells Esquire why the future of health will be driven by genetic testing.

‘Now you can be your own personal NHS. Devices such as Fitbits encourage what they call ‘upstream wellness’ – meaning you look upstream to make sure you’re taking care of yourself rather than waiting for a diagnosis.’ says Walker.

The Guardian: Haute couture calls in the geeks

06 : 09 : 2015
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Co-founder of The Future Laboratory, Chris Sander, is featured in The Guardian discussing relevance in an era of fashion democracy, instant gratification and tech innovation.

“We are reaching the nadir of the current fashion-season cycle and it is about to fall apart,” says Chris Sanderson, co-founder of the Future Laboratory, a British-based trend forecasting consultancy. “Brands these days should be seeking an audience of 3 million, not 300, and increasingly, they are looking at alternative ways to present products to their customers.”

Read more.

The Guardian: Haute couture calls in the geeks

Screen shot 2015-10-13 at 19.50.09

Co-founder of The Future Laboratory, Chris Sander, is featured in The Guardian discussing relevance in an era of fashion democracy, instant gratification and tech innovation.

“We are reaching the nadir of the current fashion-season cycle and it is about to fall apart,” says Chris Sanderson, co-founder of the Future Laboratory, a British-based trend forecasting consultancy. “Brands these days should be seeking an audience of 3 million, not 300, and increasingly, they are looking at alternative ways to present products to their customers.”

Read more.