The future laboratory sets aim on the Benelux
Introducing its LS:N Global subscription and new forum events.
Credits: MTO Exotic capsules by Bonsoir Paris for Dior via Retail Futures 2018 Trends Summary by The Future Laboratory
With its LS:N Global Network platform, international trend intelligence agency The Future Laboratory is actively investing in the Belgian and Dutch market. Nightingale is proud to announce that the agency will be responsible for all press communication in the Benelux.
Since the launch of The Future Laboratory, founders Christopher Sanderson and Martin Raymond have taken a pioneering role in trend forecasting across many sectors. Their teams in Great Britain, America and Asia have already collaborated with more than 1000 of the world’s largest and leading companies, such as Google, Spotify, AirBnB, BMW, Jaguar and Adidas. Through strategic forecasting, the agency supports its clients in terms of growth opportunities and the demonstration of innovation and disruption capacity.
“The Future Laboratory is among the absolute top in their field worldwide. We are particularly excited to be able to support them as a communication partner for the Benelux,” says Stijn Nachtergaele, strategic & creative director at Nightingale. “As an agency we have been relying on their research for years. We use the LS:N Global tool extensively in the development of relevant communication and marketing strategies for our clients and we look forward to attracting more people in the Benelux about this exciting platform.”
About The Future Laboratory
Since the launch of the British trend intelligence agency, founders Christopher Sanderson and Martin Raymond have become pioneers in the lifestyle sector. Their teams in London, America and Asia-Pacific already worked with more than 1,000 of the world’s largest companies, including Google, Ernst & Young, Diageo, BBC, BMW, Adidas, Amex and QIC. By means of strategic forecasting, the agency wants to support brands in the area of growth opportunities and to demonstrate innovation and disruption capacity. More info via thefuturelaboratory.com & lsnglobal.com.