Louisville, Colorado (PRWEB) August 6, 2007
Thomas Frey, Executive Director and Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute, has been invited by The Times of India to give talks on the "Future of Business - An 8-Dimensional View" in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore August 7-10, 2007. He will address eight aspects of the future that can be predicted with high degrees of probability.
Thomas Frey's talks in India are designed to help corporate professionals understand eight dimensions of the future and give them the tools to unlock strategies to shape the future of their business.
"I felt honored when the Times of India contacted me because the past events they've sponsored have featured a who's who list of the world's most prominent speakers," says Frey. "I'll be giving multiple talks in each of the cities on the tour."
Recently, Google gave Frey top ranking as a Futurist speaker. He has given over 70 keynote talks in cities around the world this year. With inquiries coming in from counties such as Kuwait, South Africa, Tel Aviv, England, Australia, Iceland, and Canada, his thought-provoking style of engaging people with visions of the future has touched a nerve with a growing spectrum of forward thinkers.
Constantly expanding the topical themes he speaks on, Frey now handles a broad list of topics including the: "Future of Libraries"; "City of the Future"; "Future of Money"; "Future of Innovation," and, the "Future of Education".
About Thomas Frey
As the Executive Director and Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute, Dr. Frey works closely with his Board of Visionaries to develop original research studies, which enables him to speak on unusual topics, translating trends into unique opportunities.
As part of the celebrity speaking circuit, Tom continually pushes the envelope of understanding, creating fascinating images of the world to come. His keynote talks on futurist topics have captivated people ranging from high level government officials to executives in Fortune 500 companies including NASA, IBM, AT&T, Hewlett-Packard, Lucent Technologies, First Data, Boeing, Capital One, Bell Canada, Visa, Ford Motor Company, Qwest, Allied Signal, Hunter Douglas, Direct TV, International Council of Shopping Centers, National Association of Federal Credit Unions, and many more.
Because of his work inspiring inventors and other revolutionary thinkers, the Boulder Daily Camera has referred to him as the "Father of Invention". The Denver Post and Seattle Post Intelligencer have referred to him as the "Dean of Futurists".
Before launching the DaVinci Institute, Tom spent 15 years at IBM as an engineer and designer where he received over 270 awards, more than any other IBM engineer. He is also a past member of the Triple Nine Society (High I.Q. society over 99.9 percentile).
Tom has been a columnist for the Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, and Boulder County Business Report, and is the author of the 1998 book Inventions of Impact. He currently writes a newsletter entitled "News from the Future" and has written numerous articles on a wide range of futurist topics. He has also been a contributing writer for The Futurist Magazine and is the Editor of the Impact Lab, an online emerging technology blog which was recently rated by Popular Science Magazine as one of the "top five science blogs in the known universe".
About the DaVinci Institute
The DaVinci Institute is a Futurist Think Tank based in Louisville, Colorado. The Institute goes beyond the traditional role of a think tank. The Institute believes that shaping the future requires more than ideas; it requires action as well.
The DaVinci Institute also believes that the people that will shape the future are those that take brilliant ideas and make them become reality. Inventors and entrepreneurs will shape our future. That is why the DaVinci Institute produces futurist events designed to assist the revolutionary thinking inventor and entrepreneur, and helps them get their ideas off the ground.
The DaVinci Institute is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization supported by memberships, sponsorships and attendance fees. For more information about the DaVinci Institute go to http://www.davinciinstitute.com
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