Jonathan MacDonald is the founder of the Thought Expansion Network and an internationally renowned speaker. His core messages focus on expanding people’s thinking about change, and how that impacts the future, exploring the opportunities that this perpetually changing, digitally and technologically enhanced landscape create.

He is one of the few people that companies including Google, Apple, P&G, Unilever, Nestlé, Microsoft and IKEA trust to challenge their thinking and provide new perspectives and avenues of thought, particularly on the topics of disruptive innovation, future trends and how to use change to fuel outstanding business and personal success.

Jonathan has been creating and advising businesses for over two decades, and his various accomplishments include Ministry of Sound’s digital strategy, launching a Sky TV channel and becoming the youngest ever Chairman of the British Music Industries Association. As one of the world’s most highly rated speakers, he is a contributor to Forbes and the author of two books, “Business Poison” and “28 Thoughts on Digital Revolution”.

"We brought Jonathan in to help our senior team understand how we were going to achieve more relevance in our customers’ lives going forward. Primarily, he helped us to understand the business that we are today and the business that we’re going to be in the future. I would absolutely recommend Jonathan to any company in any industry. His insight is invaluable."

− Jonathan Earle, Head of Customer Strategy - O2 Telefonica UK

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