Jim Carroll is an expert futurist, specialising in global trends and innovation. Jim helps audiences to push their business to the next level in his impactful keynote speeches. Jim’s unbroken track record is a testament to his professional financial background, and his deep understanding and impressive analysis of trends and business strategies.
A thought leader, futurist and trend and innovation expert, Jim Carroll is known across the globe as the man to call if your business is looking for a push into the realms of leading their field.
Jim Carroll is one of the world’s leading global futurists, trends and innovation experts, and a keynote speaker of the highest calibre.
Global trends are his speciality, along with fast-paced innovation – the only way to propel a business to the top. In periods of economic uncertainty, Jim’s unbroken track record is a testament to his professional financial background, and his deep understanding and impressive analysis of trends and business strategies.
As well as consultancy, Jim has written hundreds of books, columns and articles for newspapers and magazines, and his guidance to his clients and readers alike has ensured that each new publication is greeted with anticipation and optimism for major changes that can be effected using his strategies and tools.
His books include Ready, Set, Done: How to Innovate When Faster is the New Fast and What I Learned From Frogs in Texas: Saving Your Skin with Forward Thinking Innovation.
Jim’s understanding of what is happening today to shape the future across a multitude of sectors, make him an ideal choice for audiences wanting to use his expertise to understand how to harness innovative practices to shape their business.
Jim's understanding of how a fast changing world is affecting and disrupting sectors across the globe make for fascinating insights which businesses from NASA to Disney have taken advantage of.
From helping small businesses, to strategic guidance at the corporate Board level, Jim’s insight has been lauded by high-level publications and TV channels, including The Business of Innovation on CNBC; BusinessWeek, CEO Magazine and The Telegraph.
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