Monthly Archives: January 2010
You are going to think I’m totally mad but I have a gut feeling that China is going to collapse. Not today. Not next week. Not even next year. But I think that within the next ten years – maybe … Continue reading
Remember Re-Sourcing at a trend for 2010? (Post January 9th).
and here’s a list of the industries expected to decline most rapidly in 2010. Source: IBIS World.
Here’s a list of the top growth industries for 2010. Note that these are Australian industries so these won’t necessarily translate to other regions.
Just been sent this book for my birthday. Quite funny. Quite frightening too. BTW, nice quote in the FT from Christopher Caldwell: ” Although we organise our lives around time measured chronometrically, chronometry is not the way we instinctively measure … Continue reading
In the US, 40% of boys grow up without their biological father.
Regular readers might (just) remember that one of my top 10 trends for 2009 (i.e. last year) was ‘Digital Diets’. It didn’t happen. But wait…it’s happening now! This is just in from Sean Boyle at JWT in New York. Rock … Continue reading
Newspapers are dying right? Wrong. Newspaper circulation grew by 1.3% worldwide in 2008 to almost 540m daily sales. Adding the free daily papers, the circulation increase was 1.62% – or 13% over the previous 5 years. Overall, 1.9 billion people … Continue reading
Remember Unsupervised Adults? (Trend #4 – January 7).