Trend Hunter's CEO Jeremy Gutsche was recently featured in Air Canada's magazine enRoute as one of the brand's top frequent flyers and a member of the Air Canada Altitude community.
As a keynote speaker to over 300 clients around the globe, Gutsche has spent a great deal of his time traveling back, forth, between and to a wide variety of locations for speaking gigs. Traveling to places like Hong Kong, Miami and Singapore to share insights on consumer trends and methodologies from his latest book, BETTER and FASTER: The Proven Path to Unstoppable Ideas, Gutsche has spent a great deal of his time on airplanes. enRoute's article dives into the back story of Trend Hunter as well as Gutsche's most unexpected travel moment, voyage tips and best uses for Aeroplan Miles.
The Frequent Flyer: Le Grand Voyageur
While researching his next business opportunity, Jeremy Gutsche thought about creating a website that would do the brainstorming for him. Like a vast think tank married with a focus group of global reach, Trend Hunter, launched in 2006, is an online community whose 155,00 members upload articles of mutual interests and critique each other's futuristic, often eccentric musings on business and consumer trends (think fried-chicken-scented car fresheners or 3-D-printed pizza)."I was looking to connect with others for inspiration--perhaps a youngster in South America or a tech innovator in Japan," he says. "But as Trend Hunter took off I realized millions, like me, were on this lifelong quest for cool ideas."
Read the full article in enRoute's February issue at enRoute.
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- By: Misel SabanFeb 10, 2015