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A framework for making the right choices and decisions in an age of rapid technological development.

As technology evolves rapidly, making the right business decisions become more complicated and riskier – this book offers important guidance.

The author is an investor who has managed to identify some of the most successful emerging technologies today.

Books that offer advice about the future are hot currently – this one is engaging, relevant and originally designed.

BOOK DETAILS

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-17-8

FORMAT: 178x111mm

Bookbinding: Paperback

Number of pages: 208


AUTHOR

Nicklas Bergman, founder, funder and futurist, has spent 25 years working as an entrepreneur and technology investor. He is responsible for some epic failures and a couple of home runs. Today he divides his time between investing, speaking, writing and advising on the future of technology, society and business.


REVIEWS

Dig deeply into this book and you will be well rewarded by Nicklas Bergman’s insights into emergent technologies likely to have the greatest impact. On a publication landscape littered with clichéd recommendations, Bergman offers a thoughtful, singular vision, and practical recommendations for corporate and government leaders seeking to thrive in an era complicated by rapid technological change and shape a profitable, sustainable future.

Amy Zalman, CEO and President of the World Future Society

We live in an age of hyperbole where “everything is about to change everything”, especially in the tech sector. Enter Nicklas Bergman, an extremely curious Swedish genius. Navigating the Techstormis an elegant synthesis of the current megatrends and a straight-talking manual to help you cut through the blah-blah and create something useful, even impactful, in this exciting age of technological marvels.

Magnus Lindkvist, Futurologist and Author of The Attack of the Unexpected and When the Future Begins

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