With up to 60,000,000 monthly views, TrendHunter.com is the world's largest, most popular trend community. Behind the scenes, we leverage big data, cutting edge innovation frameworks and award-winning methods to accelerate innovation for more than 500 brands, billionaires and CEOs, including Coca-Cola, Adidas, Victoria's Secret, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft and NASA. Our head office is based in Toronto, Canada, and we are fueled by a global network of 155,000 members and 3,000,000 fans. Trend Hunter, Trend Hunter TV and Trend Hunter Insights feature 252,000 cutting edge ideas.
Routinely sourced by the media, Trend Hunter is a source of inspiration for industry professionals, aspiring entrepreneurs and the insatiably curious. Trend Hunter has been featured or cited everywhere from MTV, The Economist, and CNN to the personal blog of Kanye West, tweets by Ashton Kutcher and tweets by Paris Hilton.
Each day, Trend Hunter features a daily dose of innovative ideas, viral news and pop culture. The most popular concepts are featured on Trend Hunter TV and filtered into clusters of inspiration for our brand clients. and custom trend reports.
TrendHunter.com was launched in 2005 by Jeremy Gutsche, an innovation expert and award-winning author who wanted to build a home for new business ideas and creativity.
Jeremy describes, "Like many of us, I was an entrepreneur at heart, but I didn't know what idea I wanted to pursue. I chose careers that I thought would lead me to my business idea... but after years of searching, I was still hunting for inspiration. It was then that I started Trend Hunter - a place for insatiably curious people to share ideas and get inspired."
Breakthrough ideas and the ability to adapt hinge on the ability to anticipate trends and opportunity during times of change. If you'd like to improve your ability to adapt, check out our New York Times Bestselling innovation book BETTER & FASTER, our our international award-winning book, EXPLOITING CHAOS. Learn More >
On our consumer insights side, Trend Hunter has disrupted the consumer trend research industry, with a big data cusstom research platform that extracts 95% of the steps and costs out of custom research while enhancing insight. Unlike trend reports created by individuals and small teams, we crowd source thousands of ideas from the Trend Hunter community, then, we crowd filter using our audience, a virtual focus group that has included more than 100,000,000 people. Think of it as "Moneyball for Consumer Insight." Learn More >
More than 500 brands, billionaires and CEOs rely on our custom workshops, keynotes and dedicated advisors. We help the most powerful innovators Find Better Ideas Faster and we help make change happen when change is hard. In addition to our workshop programs, our Dedicated Advisors facilitate change with 24-hour rapid turnaround of custom idea-filled trend reports to help iconic brands scope new markets and out-innovate their competitors. Learn More >
Future Festival is an epic gathering where 600 of the world's top innovators gather to prototype the future. A staggering 76% of attendees rate it as the "Best Business Event" they've ever attended. Learn More >
Trend Hunter's founder, Jeremy Gutsche, is one of the world's top keynote speakers, specializing in innovation in times of chaos and change. "Gutsche is one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet, well-regarded as the top trend-spotter in the world... The most energizing, inspiring and applicable piece of stand-up I have ever seen. And I've heard Bill Clinton... Bill Gates... and Tony Robbins" - The Sun Newspaper Learn More >
Trend Hunter is dedicated to a world made better by education, eco-awareness and social business. We disproportionately drive media attention to socially good innovation. To date, we have written 25,000 articles and driven 250,000,000 views of exposure through three Trend Hunter channels: Trend Hunter Eco, Keynotes.org and SocialBusiness.org.
We are always looking for people to join us in our stellar Queen Street Toronto office. The people are relentlessly creative and the office itself includes everything from a digital projected scoreboard to a beer fridge and fireplace. The brick and beam space is full of windows overlooking tree tops, and the programmer lounge is a corner suite office with its own couch and, of course, a wall full of Atari Asteroid wall decals. Learn more about available jobs: