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Gamechangers ... creating innovative strategies for brands and business

This digital hub introduces the new book by Peter Fisk, plus new insights into the incredible brands and businesses - like Airbnb and Uber, Alibaba and Xiaomi - who are shaking up every market right now. In addition you'll find:

  • Live updates about the 100 Gamechanger brands, plus videos and new innovators added daily
  • Free downloads of all 16 action canvases in the Gamechangers Labs, plus new articles and reports
  • Online voting for the most disruptive innovators in your own region, in local Gamechangers awards
  • Share your own content with the community, by uploading your videos and presentations
  • New events around the world, including keynotes,  workshops and leadership development programs

You can buy the "Gamechangers" book now with an additional 20% discount in UK and in USA

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Featured Gamechangers

    Xiaomi

    Xiaomi saw its smartphone sales sink in 2016 due in part to its ramped-up competition with Huawei and BBK. But the company has seen remarkable international growth

    It sold 2 million devices in India in fall 2016—and hopes its sleek new Mi Mix and Mi Note 2 smartphones will reignite sales in China. Xiaomi is also working to upend the narrow perception of its brand: The company’s wide-ranging hardware offerings include everything from headphones and fitness bands to tablets and power strips and water purifiers. In 2016 alone, it introduced its first laptop, a set-top box, a robot vacuum, a smart rice cooker, a $29 VR headset, a quadcopter drone, and its MiJia electric scooter, among a slew of other ventures.

    Xiaomi aims to become an internet of things powerhouse through its investments, so far, in 77 companies, which can tap into Xiaomi’s resources, supply chain, and growing retail presence online and off (Xiaomi opened three-dozen brick-and-mortar stores this year, with hundreds more in the pipeline) to scale up faster. The company believe this portfolio approach—which doesn’t involve hiring engineers to build all these products—will create an ecosystem of devices and services with recurring revenue streams.

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    Ava Winery

    Ava is a venture-backed food technology startup based in San Francisco creating synthetic wine without grapes or fermentation by analysing the molecular profile of wines to recreate and even perfect them. Ava's mission is to recreate the experience of wine without having to recreate the process of traditional winemaking, making the great vintages available to everyone.

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    Brunello Cucinelli

    “During my lifetime I have always nurtured a dream: useful work to achieve an important goal. I have always felt that business profit alone was not enough to fulfil my dream and a higher purpose was to be found”.

    Read more about Brunello Cucinelli >

Be the Gamechanger ... the leader of innovation and future growth

Peter Fisk introduces the Gamechangers program for business leaders, an inspiring three day program for CEOs and top teams, to make sense of changing markets, explore the possibilities for growth and innovation, and develop an innovative strategy for the future of their business:

News from the Gamechangers

  • NOW+NEXT 2018 … Smarter technology, innovative brands and courageous leadership … Big ideas for the year ahead.

    NOW+NEXT 2018 … Smarter technology, innovative brands and courageous leadership … Big ideas for the year ahead.

    We live in an incredible time … More change in the next 10 years, than in the last 250 years … Connected technologies, augmented intelligence, and possibilities limited only by our imaginations. Elon Musk says we live in a time of profound progress …

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  • Netflix … an innovative business model outside and in … reinventing culture, organisations and leadership

    Netflix … an innovative business model outside and in … reinventing culture, organisations and leadership

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the author of The Little Prince, said: If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the people to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea. Reed Hastings likes to s …

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