Bronwyn Williams is a Business Trends Analyst, Futurist, Writer and Speaker. Bronwyn has over a decade’s experience in marketing management and trend research, working predominantly with brands in the financial, retail and B2B industries.
Bronwyn’s keynote addresses focus on the intersection of shifting consumer mindsets and exponential technology and how these twin forces impact on businesses. Her areas of expertise include: blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, scientific marketing and the future of finance.
Since 2011, Bronwyn has collaborated with Flux Trends, on a number of projects, lending her research and writing skills to the Flux trend reports and presentations, including The Fragmented Future of Finance, Virtual Money, So You Want to Hire a Millennial?, Digital Burnout, From Bricks to Clicks and Gen Z: the Real Game Changing Generation; in addition to ghost-writing Dion Chang’s The New Urban Tribes of South Africa book, published by Pan MacMillan.
Prior to working with Flux Trends, in addition to running several successful business ventures of her own, Bronwyn worked as the Publisher of the South African office of the Agora Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial publishing houses, headed up by the international New York Times best-selling author Bill Bonner. In this role,
Bronwyn managed the some of the largest circulation South African financial newsletters and worked closely with a network of local and international financial thought leaders, giving her access to a wealth of ‘insider’ insights on how the world of money really works.
Bronwyn holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in commerce and marketing management from the University of Johannesburg, in addition to qualifications in Foresight from the University of Manchester, Fintech from the University of Oxford and Digital Branding from Vega Brand School. Today she is pursuing a post-graduate qualifications in Economics, through the University of London, with a focus on post-cash markets and Future Studies through the University of Stellenbosch. You can read her ideas and insights in her columns for Fluxtrends.co.za, Bizcommunity.com, MindBullets.net, WhatTheFutureNow.com, InFlight Magazine, and Premier Magazine, or you can listen to her thoughts on the future on Radio 702, Classic FM and CNBC Africa where she is a regular guest commentator.