Natalia Hatalska – CEO, founder, Head of Foresight infuture.institute – forecasting institute.
One of the most influential and acclaimed experts dealing with researching and forecasting new trends in the field of marketing, brands, technology and consumers; a member of the Council of Experts for ThinkTank.
Financial Times has placed Natalia on the New Europe 100 list that includes “the Central and Eastern Europe’s brightest and best citizens who are changing the region’s societies, politics or business environments, and displaying fresh approaches to prevailing problems”. She has also been recognized as one of the top 50 most influential women in Poland.
Proclaimed one of the top 10 most relevant authorities in the Polish business in the Who is the Polish business listening to? Ranking, Natalia remains one of the most influential experts in terms of analysing, researching and forecasting up-and-coming trends.
As a futurologist, she has been awarded by Geek Girls Carrots for being a female role model whose professional interests centre around new technologies and won the title of Digital Shaper for contribution to the development of the digital economy in Poland.
Natalia is author of best-selling books: Age of Paradoxes. Will technology save us?, Particles of Attraction (about non-traditional forms of communication), as well as co-author of Far Future. The History of Tomorrow – a work presenting the visions of life in the distant future.
She has also penned numerous reports on the most vital trends. Speaker and panelist at key Polish and European conferences devoted to new technologies, communication, trends and foresight.
Along with infuture.institute team, she implements research and development projects for Innogy, IKEA, DELL Technologies, Samsung, Mc Donald’s, SKANSKA, BNP Paribas, Omnicom Media Group, Sanofi.