Speaker Richard van Hooijdonk is a futurist and professional speaker on topics of technology, trends, and innovation. Richard demonstrates how to stay ahead of the technology curve while implementing new futurist ideas for company growth.
Why you should book speaker Richard van Hooijdonk
- Speaker Richard Van Hooijdonk takes you to the inspiring future where our life, work, and entrepreneurship is wholly overhauled and adequately understood.
- Richard is internationally known as an expert in world trends, technology, and marketing, with lectures that can always be customized.
- He provides keynotes on a variety of topics. Some ground-breaking topics include: The Organization of the future, the future of work, the future of marketing, and The Future of Cybercrime and Terrorism.
Speaker Richard van Hooijdonk is internationally recognized for his intriguing lectures on world trends, technology, and marketing. From 2015 to 2019, he was voted the most requested trend watcher and futurist in the Netherlands every year. More than 420,000 people have now attended his inspiration sessions. Also, many will know him from radio and television, where he can be found regularly. For example, speaker Richard van Hooijdonk frequents RTL (RTL Late Night, RTL Boulevard), SBS (SBS show news), BNN / VARA, and AVRO / TROS. At BNR Radio, he also presented the program ‘ Mindshiftwhere he talked about things that will significantly change our life, work, and entrepreneurship. Thanks to his knowledge, Richard is also a regular guest lecturer at universities.
Together with the 30 specialists of his international research team, speaker Richard van Hooijdonk examines many trends in the field of robots, self-driving transport, Internet of Things, biotech, nanotech, neurotech, blockchain, 3D and 4D printing and, of course, augmented and virtual reality. The findings are published every week in articles, e-books, white papers, and of course, many readings. His book ‘ The World of Tomorrow ‘ has become a bestseller.
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