We help leading companies to build future-ready growth strategies and deliver bolder, high impact innovations globally.
Tim is a recognised expert in innovation, growth and futures. A leader in collaborative programmes, he helps organisations to reveal new areas for potential growth. Tim is Programme Director of Future Agenda and leads the annual Innovation Leaders analysis. He has a number of academic positions with leading institutions and is the author of 10 books.
James is a business growth strategist and entrepreneur (co-founding Zopa). He is a Partner at Future Agenda, an advisor to several fintechs (e.g. Seedrs, Loot) and has been a Trustee for a number of nature conservation initiatives (e.g. RSPB, Suffolk Wildlife Trust).
Nicky is known for pioneering carbon and ecological footprinting and co-founded best Foot Forward, one of Europe’s leading sustainability consultancies until its acquisition by Anthesis Consulting Group. She has significant experience in business strategy, business model innovation and metrics and a particular interest in impact investment and social entrepreneurship.
Charlie is an experienced strategist, innovator and performance coach who helps organisations, teams and individuals identify, define and achieve their growth ambition. Charlie specialises in the design and delivery of customer-centric innovation and radical new experiences.
Caroline is a co-founder of Future Agenda. An expert in corporate affairs, she is experienced in creating value through strategic communications and results focused engagement particularly in Asia, Europe and the UK. She has co-authored four books on innovation and insight.
Patrick has extensive cross sector experience in innovation, strategy and foresight. He is the founder of thoughtengine and was previously Director of Creaticity at Orange and Director of the Futures Company. Patrick is highly skilled in helping organisations see the future in a new light.
Founder of a multiple award winning research agency, Robin is a pioneer of the use of anthropological and ethnographic research for innovation and strategy in the UK. He has worked with multi-nationals, governments (local and national) and the third sector. He also has recognised expertise in understanding Chinese culture and consumers. With Growth Agenda, he has developed a unique ‘open ethnography’ methodology designed specifically for strategic thinking and innovation.
Growth Champions explores the characteristics of twenty of the most consistently successful organisations of the last decade. Including 20 case studies it identifies reasons for sustained growth across different markets and industries.