Joachim De Vos is a Belgian executive, professor, and author with over 25 years of experience in innovation and future strategy. He is the founder of TomorrowLab, an innovation consulting company that has worked with over 600 companies worldwide. Joachim is also a professor of scenario planning at the University of Ghent and the author of the book "Why Innovation Fails".
Why you should book Joachim De Vos for your next event
- Joachim De Vos is a highly experienced and knowledgeable professional with over 25 years of experience in innovation and future strategy. He has worked with over 600 companies worldwide and has a deep understanding of how to prepare organizations for the future.
- Joachim is an engaging and dynamic speaker with a passion for sharing his insights and practical experience. He has spoken at numerous events and conferences around the world, captivating audiences with his vision and insights on the future.
- Joachim’s expertise in scenario planning and innovation consulting makes him an ideal speaker for organizations looking to stay ahead of the curve. He can provide valuable insights into emerging trends, technologies, and business models, helping organizations to stay agile and competitive in a rapidly changing world.
Joachim De Vos (prof, MSc. ing. MBA), since 1995 top exec at Living Tomorrow, the leading international innovation platform connecting with 5M+ visitors about how the future could look like. He started TomorrowLab in 2007 as innovation consulting company working with over 600 companies on innovation, future strategy, technology and open innovation. He is a professor scenario planning at the University of Ghent. He is author of the book “Why Innovation Fails” bringing the real story of Kodak together with the inventor of the digital camera, Steven Sasson.
Joachim talks about the future, how it could unfold and how to prepare your organization for this change. He talks with passion, vision, insight and most important practical experience with all these companies and consumer insights.
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