innovation | January 26, 2014

Trends, Hunted: Innovation Speaker Jeremy Gutsche Reveals 2014's Top Trends

Innovation speaker Jeremy Gutsche has released his forecast for 2014's top trends. As the founder of, the largest trend hunting website in the world, Gutsche is plugged in to the latest in consumer behavior—and he channels that insight into his popular keynotes on marketing and innovation. Check out the video embedded above to preview some of the trends we're likely to see much more of this year, including:

Malleable Mania & Wearable Tech: Over the last few years, customization and apps have taken our focus, but now design is becoming more important and wearable. From flexible phones and wearable watches to augmented reality glasses, our interface with technology is changing.

Subscribed Social Good: Hunger-fighting food packages, global farmers’ markets subscriptions, and sustainable produce programs are making it easier than ever to embed social good into your daily routine.

Gamble Economics: It’s never been simpler to gamble on your next big idea. You can prototype your product with a low-cost 3D printer, quickly mock-up a website, crowd source your logo and crowdsource your funding.

In his talks, Jeremy Gutsche shows audiences how to awaken, hunt, and capture those immense opportunities that others might too easily dismiss. Drawing on 200 interviews with CEOs, data sets from Trendhunter, new case studies, and even his family’s personal journey of entrepreneurial daring, Gutsche challenges audiences to define their core values, and guides them toward a new outlook on innovation, disruption, and adaptation. To book Jeremy Gutsche as a keynote speaker for your next event, contact The Lavin Agency.

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