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EYE-OPENING, GAME-CHANGING TRENDS BY SANDRINE CATHELAT, NETEXPLO PARTNER & HEAD OF RESEARCH.

Starting from the idea that our planet is an endangered common asset, this year the Netexplo Trends look at how tech can meet the world’s sustainable development goals, as defined by the United Nations.

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Starting from the idea that our planet is an endangered common asset, this year the Netexplo Trends look at how tech can meet the world’s sustainable development goals, as defined by the United Nations.

In 2019, we emphasized the need to write a meaningful story with tech This year, we‘ve defined that meaning as a more sustainable future for the planet and for humanity. What if companies and individuals wrote this story? And you, what impact would it have on your organization, your brand, your vision, or your core business?

Find out more in the 2020 trends book. Netexplo suscribers only, available on the Notebooks page.

Feel free to write us hello@netexplo.com.

Sandrine Cathelat

Sandrine Cathelat, Partner & VP Research, Netexplo Observatory. Innovation is transforming both individuals and society. Let’s take a look at the latest uses of tech to understand the present and plan ahead. Let’s ask ourselves what vision of the future and what purpose technological innovation should serve, and address the individual and collective issues it raises.

Mathilde Hervieu

Mathilde Hervieu is content & research project manager at Netexplo Observatory. She helps to analyse and make sense of emerging uses of tech. Her role is to bring the Netexplo Trends to life in every form (publications, videos, presentations, etc.), enabling clients to grasp how our technological narratives are transforming the present and shaping our individual and collective futures.

Marcus Goddard

Marcus Goddard is a Partner and VP Intelligence at Netexplo. A French and Philosophy graduate of the University of Reading (UK), he oversees the Observatory's tracking of global innovation and produces the Netexplo 100, an annual selection of the most promising uses of tech. Marcus regularly gives talks on the effects of the digital revolution for multinational corporations or leading universities such as HEC Paris business school.