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Jeremy Gutsche Ctv

 - Dec 30, 2011
References: ctv
With 2011 coming to a close, many are reflecting on the past year's highs and lows, searching for areas to improve in 2012. This urgent desire to take progressive action around the new year usually manifests itself in the form of a resolution; however, how many see these resolutions through to the year's end? Are these resolutions realistic when the potential patterns of the upcoming year are considered? Our Chief Trend Hunter and innovation conference speaker Jeremy Gutsche answered these questions and more on CTV News.

Jeremy spoke about new year's resolutions and trends in 2012 on CTV News, Canada's #1 Newscast today. In particular, he highlighted Trend Hunter's launch of, Trend Hunter's sister site based on raising awareness of social businesses and today's important global issues. This ties closely into the theme of new year's resolutions and future trends, as many today view philanthropy as a way to improve quality of life.