Date: 18/06/2019
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: Accelerate Places

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Prolific North is pleased to announce we will be hosting the official launch of Applied Futurist Tom Cheesewright’s debut book, ‘High Frequency Change‘, with special guest Phil Williams.

In the book, Cheesewright discusses why we feel change happening ever faster, and what people and businesses might do to cope with it. Join us for a live reading from the author, followed by a Q&A session with Phil Williams.

The special event takes place at the offices of Prolific North on Princess Street in central Manchester. Celebratory drinks and snacks will be on offer – and book package ticket holders will receive a copy of ‘High Frequency Change’.

Tom Cheesewright runs applied futurism practice Book of the Future, and is the creator of the Applied Futurist’s Toolkit – a solution for businesses needing agility and adaptability, comprising a range of strategy tools. Tom helps people see, share and respond to a coherent view of tomorrow.

He regularly appears on national media and at important events. He has shared his thoughts on the future with Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, Channel 5’s Saturday Show, Sky News, the Guardian, London Evening Standard, and Entrepreneur Magazine.

Following Tom’s reading from the book, he will take part in an engaging question and answer session with experienced national broadcaster Phil Williams, who has worked in broadcasting for 24 years. Most recently he was known for his 10 year-long tenure hosting his own show on BBC Radio 5 Live. After reading ‘High Frequency Change’, Phil says he is “no longer scared of what the future may hold.

 

Event Details

When: Tuesday 18th June 2019, with doors opening at 6pm. Reading and Q&A starts at 6:30pm.

Where: Accelerate Places, 101 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DD

Cost:

£20 + VAT – includes a copy of ‘High Frequency Change’

£12 + VAT – standard ticket – *only 10 tickets available at this price

 

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