Sugar Vice

Sugar Vice


OK so this has very little to do with the future. And yes all the rules about blogging suggest you shouldn’t dilute your topic etc etc. But I just had to post this one.

A conversation with a designer friend (Adam Thorp)about The Apprentice, and specifically the aggressive, 80’s, ‘Wall Street’ management style of Alan Sugar led to him creating this:

Genius, I’m sure you’ll agree.

Where the conversation started is a little more relevant: environmental friendliness as a marketing message. Companies with very similar propositions have the opportunity to win out in a direct fight because they are more ‘green’ than the competition. Yet again, money seems to be the most likely motivator for us improving our treatment of the environment.

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This article is by Tom Cheesewright. This post forms part of the Future of Humanity series. For more posts on this subject, visit the Future of Humanity page.

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Futurist speaker Tom Cheesewright is one of the UK's leading commentators on technology and tomorrow. Tom has worked with a huge range of organisations across a variety of markets, to help them to see a clear vision of tomorrow, share that vision and respond with agility. Tom draws on his experience to create original, compelling talks that are keyed to the experience of the audience but which surprise and shock with unexpected facts and examples.

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