Tamar Kasriel is a leading futurist, focusing on consumer and social trends. She recently founded a consultancy, Futureal, which specialises in helping companies understand and capitalise on the impacts of future consumer and market changes on their businesses. Prior to this she spent ten years at The Henley Centre, rising to become a Director and Head of Knowledge Venturing, where she honed her skills in the development of inspiring, agenda setting global consumer insight.
Tamar has extensive experience in helping companies bring the consumer into the heart of their business, whether through strategic planning, visioning or new product development, for clients such as Coca Cola and De Beers. She is valued for her creative thinking, international outlook and communication skills. She frequently appears in the press, on TV and radio and on other public platforms to present a fresh and lateral view of where the future lies. She has been invited to speak at many conferences around the world, from the CII conference in Delhi, to the ECR conference in Johannesburg, to the Food and Beverage Forum in London.
Tamar has also worked for The Guardian newspaper in their New Media Lab, and in France and Japan. She has a BA in History from Oxford and an MA in Japanese from Essex. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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