B&P #28: Trend Forecaster Amy Webb: "The weakest startups will probably fail"


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The NY futurist, founder & adviser to Fortune 100 companies gives exclusive advice & insights for entrepreneurs

Open your ears and listen to the future with us! This episode of the Bits & Pretzels podcast is about what entrepreneurs can expect as we all look towards a post-pandemic world and how founders should prepare. Britta Weddeling, our Editor-in-chief, is talking to Amy Webb, a quantitative futurist and professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and founder of the Future Today Institute where she advises the world’s leading Fortune 100 companies. Her annual Tech Trends Report fills the halls of major tech events such as South by Southwest in Austin. At the moment she is in New York, where she collects data, trends and new technologies that will shape the future, and we talked about what entrepreneurs need to do now to prepare for tomorrow.

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Britta Weddeling, Editor-in-Chief of Bits & Pretzels

Featuring: Amy Webb Quantitative Futurist. Trends+strategy FTI, Author THE BIG NINE + SIGNALS ARE TALKING, Prof NYUStern


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