Changing The Way We Build Technology
Benjamin Tincq
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Cute, “completely realistic” as you suggest and, as a result, intriguing. Transition Squared sounds aspirational, in a good way. As it happens, we are just beginning two multi-year programs of work focused on the future of business and markets, the first for the UN Global Compact (under its new let’s-shake-this-place-up ED, Lise Kingo) and the second for the new Global Commission on Business & Sustainable Development. Key tasks incuding doing a form of sustainability SWOT on next generation technologies and face-to-face interviews with 50 or so ‘Exponentials’, the innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, policy-makers and educators determined to make the next Kondratiev wave (6) one to be proud of …

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