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Trends

What's Changing? - Conflict
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Halcyon Identifies 6 July 2018

 

Please see below selected recent conflict-related change.

 

See also: Halcyon Conflict Headlines

 

July 2018

  • The Future of Information Warfare report from CB Insights covers malware, from fake media, to computational propaganda, weaponised memes and more. 

 

June 2018

Megatrend Watch - August 2016

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Please see below the most compelling new megatrend headlines over the past month. This edition covers demographic, economic, societal, sustainability, technology and urban trends.

For more information about our megatrend and related products and services, please get in touch.

Dominic Kelleher 

 

What Happened? - Forecasting 2016 Halcyon In Business 31 March 2016

2015 saw major global trends, from the Greek sovereign debt crisis and the Chinese stock market meltdown, to the refugee exodus and of course the global terrorist attacks. And it was a record year for deal-making as business confidence recovered. So what will 2016 bring? Throughout January and February Halcyon put together this evolving index of significant forecasts for 2016.

 

META-LEVEL FORECASTS

 

For a "helicopter view" on a wide range of 2016 trends, see e.g.

 

 

 

For a more detailed listing of forecasts regarding the topics that EMEA MI monitors regularly, please see below.

 

 

 

On emerging trends Halcyon In Future 7 January 2014

A range of weak signals that might point to emerging trends (reported in reverse chronological order):

2014

Sources: recode