The Athena Doctrine meets The Athena Network!

At July’s Athena Cappuccino Connections, we were delighted to welcome John Gerzema, author of The Athena Doctrine : How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule The Future). Check out the video here and learn more about the groundbreaking research behind the book…

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John Gerzema is a pioneer in the use of data to identify social change and help companies anticipate and adapt to new interests and demands. A best-selling author, columnist, speaker and social strategist, his books have appeared on “best of” lists at Fast Company, Inc., and The Week Magazine.

His research, writing and interviews have appeared in The Harvard Business Review, The Economist,The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNBC, NPR, Forbes and many others. As Chief Insights Officer at Young & Rubicam he oversees the world’s largest database of brands and consumer behaviour and studies social change and its impact on business, society and the economy. John’s TED talk ‘The Post-Crisis Consumer’ has been viewed by over a quarter of a million people. John’s book is The Athena Doctrine: How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future was released in April 2013.

Check out this interview with John on

Watch the short video from July’s event where John spoke to over 45 female executive and entrepreneurs at Athena’s Cappuccino Connections in Singapore. Watch here.

Watch the full length video of John’s talk here.

Check out all the photos from the event on our Athena Facebook page.

Also, a special thanks also to Magz and Matthew from Y&R for organising John’s visit!

If you would like to attend future Athena events or meetings, please contact us for more information!

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Asia-Pacific’s Leading Business Community for Female Executives and Entrepreneurs Focusing exclusively on female executives and entrepreneurs, The Athena Network provides a platform for members to share knowledge and experience across a diverse range of industry sectors, and to collaborate for mutual success.

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