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We are a group of scientists, artists, researchers and entrepreneurs that believes that science and technology are creating a future that is more peaceful, connected and abundant. We’re determined to share that story. Our expertise ranges from political economy, biotechnology and data science, to music, art and philosophy. We use our diverse skills and knowledge to provide unexpected perspectives on the state of the world in 2019.

We create dynamic, evidence-based, visually spectacular talks and presentations, designed to make people think differently. We also curate good news from every corner of the planet, and share it via our email newsletter and social media channels. Our mission is to foster intelligent, optimistic thinking about the future, and to empower people to contribute to a 21st century that works for everyone.


Mind-provoking insights into future opportunities and effective innovation.

Jurgen Stock | Secretary General, INTERPOL 

An amazing ability to put the biggest global challenges in perspective.

Claire Rogers | CEO, World Vision Australia

A sensational eye-opener for me and my team.

JW Lee | CEO, Hyundai Australia


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At the heart of every Future Crunch talk is an exploration of what’s happening on the frontiers of science and technology, and an intelligent, courageous optimism about the future. We’ve spoken at more than 200 events on five different continents, telling stories about how millions of people around the world are coming up with solutions to the big challenges of our time.

We strive to create unique and memorable experiences. This includes integrating music and awe-inspiring visuals as a way to integrate both the head and the heart. You will never see the same presentation twice. We pride ourselves on ensuring the insights we deliver are fresh and tailored to our audience.

The best presentation on the state of the world that I've seen in years.

Molly Harris Olson | CEO, Fair Trade Australia

They took 30 minutes to explain what would have taken us
a year to change manage across the business.

Amy Childs | Director, Momentum Energy

Their knowledge and expertise, in particular their ability to scan the horizon and predict the future global environment, was instrumental in developing our future capabilities strategy. We are proud to partner with them.

Andrew Colvin | Commissioner, Australian Federal Police




Our team of unlike-minds is diverse by design. Every member has earned expertise and lived experience in their area of influence, and an ability to translate complicated information into actionable insights. We bring real credibility in the delivery of compelling experiences. We keep the facts sacred, and storytelling is at the heart of everything we do.

Their presentation on the important role of science, the need for critical thinking and the optimism we should hold for our future is unique and needs to be delivered to everyone.

Brett Lunn | Managing Partner, FB Rice

Fantastic. Wave upon wave of facts, historical breakthroughs, and evidence-based analysis of where technological developments are taking us.

Dr James Johnson | CEO, Geoscience Australia

Future Crunch blew me away. As a surgeon of 40 years standing, there’s not much that surprises me these days. But these guys did.

Dr Patrick Briggs | Specialist Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon




We curate an email newsletter every two weeks, full of good news from around the world, incredible scientific and technological breakthroughs, and our favourite stories from the best parts of the internet. More than 24,000 people subscribe, and our community of readers supports us in a number of charitable initiatives.

You guys are the honey in the bitter tea of life, the artisinal jelly on the dry old crust of daily news, the unexpected wink from the cute guy once you’ve hit 40.

Agnieszka D, Atlanta, United States

How many email newsletters leave you feeling sincerely inspired about the potential of the human race? If you're not already reading it, OH MY GOD why aren't you reading it?!?

Katie Gertsch, British Columbia, Canada