Your one-stop-shop for all things future..
“Futurate” (uncountable, grammar) by definition means a sentence with no obvious means of future reference which nonetheless conveys that a future-oriented eventuality is planned, scheduled or otherwise determined. In English, typically this refers to present-tense verbs such as 'Spring starts next month.' This perfectly embodies our mission as the future literally starts now, even when not expressly stated.
“Your future is what you make it.”
Doc Brown, Back to the Future III (1990)
..and yes, you can make it better, ideally with a little help from friends like Futurate.
Florence is a one-of-a-kind futurist, an experienced security analyst and IR expert. Florence is a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, member of the WEF Global Future Council on the Future of Complex Risks 2023-2024 cohort and has been advising on all things foresight at the EU level after ending her tenure as Deputy Director of the European Union Institute for Security Studies in Paris that she took up in February 2018 in what seemed a very different, slightly more optimistic world. A dual French-German citizen and formerly an analyst and Deputy Director of the Middle East Faculty at NATO Defence College in Rome, she has shaped today’s discussions on future-oriented policy making as high-level advisor and contributor, combining cutting edge academic excellence and practical innovation. Bringing together know-how from past, present and future hot zones and a curiosity and passion for looking beyond the status quo, Futurate was the next logical step in her story.
Powered by possibility (and sometimes coffee) Sarah mixes a background in International Security, Criminology with experience in civil service and programme management and a knack for tracking down the ideas and stories that will change tomorrow.
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