nextGen Bristol

TMA nextGen Bristol - Feb 2024, The New Economic Era

Join TMA NextGen Bristol on 22 February for a discussion and insights into the New Economic Era delivered and facilitated by Teneo and kindly sponsored by Foot Anstey LLP

The economy is currently facing a series of unprecedented and ‘once in a generation’ events. We have seen a near-total shutdown of the economy during Covid, inflation at a 40-year peak, record levels of economic inactivity in the labour market, and the first invasion of a European country since the Second World War. While the present economic uncertainty will not last forever, history shows us that such disruption will likely herald the start of a ‘New Economic Era.’ Going forward, the ‘New Economic Era’ will be shaped by multiple themes: deglobalization, an aging population, the expansion of Artificial Intelligence, energy diversification, global warming, the rise of Gen Z, the Great Wealth Transfer, as well as the rapid rise of the Indian economy.

To understand how the ‘New Economic Era’ will impact the consumer, and the economy as a whole, during this interactive session, Teneo will deep-dive into each of the above themes and look to previous economic eras to understand trends.

This event is very Kindly sponsored by

Foot Anstey LLP
Economy USE
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Event details

22 Feb 2024 18:00 PM - 21:00 PM 2 Glass Wharf
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About the speakers

Gee Lefevre
Gee Lefevre
Gee Lefevre

Gee Lefevre leads Teneo’s work in Travel, Leisure, and Hospitality, and has extensive experience in macro and consumer economics, scenario modelling and demand forecasting. Gee specialises in modelling complex economic, behavioural and consumer trends to develop scenarios that inform commercial and operational strategies and direct broader opportunity analysis. He is considered a leading expert in the impact of macroeconomic, geopolitical, and cultural factors on consumers’ behaviour, movement, and demand for products and services. Gee has worked with a wide range of the world’s largest companies, often at the CEO and C-suite level, as well as major public bodies and central government.

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