The Shift From Futurism to Futurist: A Philosophy on Change

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 30, 2016

In Italy, in the early half of the 20th century, a movement began called Futurism. The practitioners emphasized, among other things, speed and technology, focusing on objects such as the car, the airplane, and the industrial city.

“The more things change, the more some things stay the same,” says Uldrich. “That said, the one thing that serves as a constant throughout time is change itself. This work is about helping others harness and leverage the changes that are happening at an ever accelerating pace.”

During the month of July, Uldrich has five engagements lined up across the US:

July 12, 2016, FCC Services • Great Falls, MT

July 18, 2016, NSPRA National Seminar • Chicago, IL

July 25, 2016 Appraisal Institute • Charlotte, NC

July 26, 2016, President’s Conference Illinois Farm Bureau • Normal, IL

July 28, 2016, Sustainable Energy Fund • State College, PA

He has spoken at events around the world most recently in London, Calgary, and Belgium. Recent clients include Oticon, Honeywell Users Group, Cognizant, ENMAX, EisnerAmper, the Urban Land Institue and the Southwest Graduate School of Banking.