Sarwant Singh is partner and global practice director for Automotive & Transportation at the business research consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan where he is the Global Head of the Visionary Innovation Research Group (Mega Trends team).
Since joining Frost & Sullivan in 1999, he as managed over 250 strategic consulting projects in the Automotive, Transportation and Defence Sector. He works with high profile companies developing the Blue Ocean Strategy and creating uncontested market space including Nissan, Phillips, Proctor & Gamble, IFS Defence, United Nations International Development Organization (UNIDO), Continental, General Motors, Peugeot-Citroen and others, normally with the CEO and Board level executives.
Sarwant pioneered the “Macro to Micro” approach in Frost & Sullivan which has since been tried and tested with Fortune 1000 companies
Sarwant is author of the book, ‘New Mega Trends’. The book is based upon extensive research and tested with some of the largest Fortune 1,000 companies.
New Mega Trends predicts the ten trends that will make the greatest impact to business – and our lives – in the future and offers practical advice on how to profit from them.
Sarwant Singh has an Engineering degree, MBA in International Business and has completed an executive course at Kellogg Business School, USA.
He is a regular speaker at conferences and has featured regularly on BBC TV, CNBC, Bloomberg TV and the in the Financial Times.
As a keynote speaker, Sarwant influences organisations to think out of the box and create uncontested market space.
Speaking topics include:
- Mega Trends and their impact on business, cultures, society and personal lives.
- The Future of Mobility and Travel (this can be expanded to Personal as well Freight mobility)
- Corporate and Business Strategy.
- Mega Trends and the Future of China, Africa, Turkey and BRIC markets
- Urbanization – City as a Customer
- Future Infrastructure Development
- Social Trends: Gen Y, Middle Bulge, Women Empowerment, Geosocialization & Generational Political Change.