Commonly referred to as The Futurist Monk, Bruno Marion has dedicated his life to aiding the professional journeys of CEOs and entrepreneurs around the world, as well as the personal development of religious leaders and those in need. From visionary scientists to people in jail, Bruno's diverse network of former clients makes him ideal for a wide range of events. Passionate about spirituality, science and innovation, his technological advancements are at the cutting edge of several markets, including smart cities and digital disruption. When booked for events, he provides an unrivalled amount of expertise essential for corporate audiences.
Bruno is a futurist, making him an authority on future trends and technological advancements, topics that he discusses as a keynote speaker. Whether Bruno is delivering corporate masterclasses or strategic coaching, his work with the likes of AXA and Nestle has revolutionised his client's potential. For over two decades, he has been a pioneer of radical innovation, working with employees of all statuses, from CEOs to interns, to improve the standard of operations. Bruno's approach is centred around disruption; disrupting the status quo, unproductiveness and repetitive mistakes. By completely revolutionising a company's mindset, Bruno makes space for breakthroughs.
With an MBA in Engineering and Physics, Bruno ventured into the world of work already as an authority on imagination and innovation. He later co-founded Europe's first-ever think tank, the Université Intégrale de Paris, a testament to Bruno's dedication to pushing the boundaries of human potential. Additional roles include with the World Future Society and as the author of Chaos, a User’s Guide, a leading analysis of uncertainty. As a speaker, Bruno discusses his study into Asian culture, where he forecasted the emergence of Asia decades ago through several pioneering books.
For years, Bruno has toured the world with his revolutionary ideology, educating and informing audiences from a wide variety of fields. He understands that chaos breeds distrust and miscommunication, both factors of a business-driven to the brink of collapse. Rather than chasing outdated goals, he uses his speeches as a vehicle of change, bestowing upon corporate audiences like Philips and Dior the skills needed to stay ahead of the curve. Bruno sees the world as it will be, not as it has been, providing alongside his framework of success an insight into the future.