Devoted to ‘exploring’ the future and spotting the trends and technologies that are shaping our world. Dimitris is a futurist. His mission is to give the world a better understanding of how society, human interactions, and business will look in the years to come. Researcher of the Special Secretary for Strategic Foresight at the Presidency of the Greek Government.
University Lecturer at CITY College, University of York Europe Campus (Business Analytics, Artificial Intelligence & Predictive Analytics). Holds a BΑ (Hons) in Design and MA in Design Interactions from Royal College of Arts, London.
As the Chief Innovation Officer of TheFutureCats, a premier innovation consultancy, Dimitris applies his expertise in emerging technologies and human behavior to assist Fortune 500 companies in their business transformation efforts. He is also the founder of Zoltar, a leading blockchain consultancy. With over 20 years of experience as a thought leader in disruptive innovation, digital transformation, and new ways of thinking, Dimitris serves as a trusted advisor to some of the largest organizations in the world as they embrace the new era of machine intelligence. His work in AI-powered transformation and the metaverse has been recognized by notable publications such as Fortune, Athens Voice, and Kathimerini. Dimitris’ unique ability to seamlessly integrate cutting-edge technology and business leadership allows him to provide practical recommendations that help leaders capitalize on new opportunities, transform their organizations, and change their thinking.
As a public speaker on future trends, he gives his audience an optimistic, yet down-to-earth take on the future and how technologies disrupt everything we do. On the stage of conferences and future labs for brands such as Pfizer, L'Oréal Paris, Johnson and Johnson (Kenvue) and Philip Morris International, he answers the big and smaller questions that will define humanity: how do exponential technologies, such as AI, blockchain, and Virtual Reality, merge together and shape our world? What will the human-machine relationship look like? How will consumers, markets, and industries are being disrupted?