Fundamental Foresight

Identify emerging markets, high-potential tech industries, find new super products, and ways to monetize them
Foresight is an inspiring journey into the future.
In an economic context, foresight is a collaborative strategic session that identifies detailed and realistic future scenarios and focuses on developing strategies and plans to achieve or adapt to those futures
The key product of foresight is a forecast of the future
The future, where we can see the birth of new markets, the rise of new technologies, and the creation of products that are beyond our imagination
Received forecasts are subject to thorough analysis. Financial potential of each idea is evaluated, as well as the product's market viability, competition, technology maturity
Product hypotheses are born through this process, with one in ten having the potential to be impactful and one in twenty having the potential to become a billion-dollar unicorn

Foresight Allows

Identify hidden changes.
Define new horizons.
Adapt strategies.
Find new products.
Prepare expansion.
Predict the risks.
[001]
[002]
[003]
[004]
Outline transformation.
[006]
[005]
[007]

Foresight Allows

Identify hidden changes.
Define new horizons.
Adapt strategies.
Find new products.
Outline transformation.
Prepare expansion.
Predict the risks.
[001]
[002]
[003]
[004]
[005]
[006]
[007]

Exploring Future Horizon

on the methodology of predictive design, which involves extrapolating trends and tendencies onto a timeline.
A roadmap is an interface to the future. To create a roadmap from a timeline, trends can be divided into two categories: data-driven (AI-driven) trends and expert-driven trends
Foresight uses the following key methodologies: Trend watching and analysis, Strategic foresight, Rapid foresight, Expert surveys, Retro-extrapolation, Scenario forecasting, Predictive analytics, Futurology, and Roadmap development
Following the extrapolation of trends, the study of events and phenomena that could initiate new trends begins. Once a vision of the future has been developed, the process of identifying opportunities begins. After this, the action strategy is put into place
Foresight sessions are based on
Foresight sessions are based
the methodology of predictive design, which involves extrapolating trends and tendencies onto a timeline
Communities
Universities

We Produce

Foresight-Sessions for

Private individuals
Accelerators and funds
Business clients
Governments and States

Who Applies Foresight

Innovation-driven businesses are characterized by rapid growth, trend setting, and competitive advantage. Leadership-focused companies achieve these goals by anticipating market changes, adapting product vision, and launching new products
Forecasting entered the business world from the defense industry in the 1960s. Since then, it has become an indispensable tool for developing product and investment strategies for leading companies worldwide
Foresight equips companies with the ability to peer into the future, enabling them to forecast the trajectories of key markets, anticipate the arrival of new technologies, and identify burgeoning product opportunities. This knowledge empowers them to craft optimal product formulas
by leading companies, including some of the world's most innovative and successful companies
Foresight is a widely used tool
leading companies, including some of the world's most innovative and successful companies.
Foresight is a widely used tool by
Apple foresight
Amazon foresight
Google foresight
Meta (facebook) foresight
IBM foresight
Tesla foresight
Shell foresight
SpaceX foresight
P&G foresight
Noke foresight
Ford foresight
Intel Foresight
McKinsey foresight
Deloitte foresight
Walmart foresight
Coca-Cola foresight
All logos and trademarks are the property of their owners, affiliated companies, or their licensees

Foresight Results

Emerging Markets
[003]
Future Product Stack
[004]
Transformation Plan
[005]
Action Strategy
[006]
Future Roadmap
[001]
Future Scenarios
[002]
— Vitaliy Halenchyk, Founder
The modern economy has over 300 new billion-dollar markets. But most companies are stuck in the past, competing for smaller markets that are already saturated. Our foresights help companies see the future and seize new opportunities
"The future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious"
— John Sculley
"The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating"
— John Schaar
Predicting the Future
The Importance of
"The future starts today, not tomorrow"
— Pope John Paul ll
Get to know more