Shivvy Jervis Innovation Futurist | Futorologist | Broadcaster | MFL Global
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Shivvy Jervis

Human Potential & Innovation Futurist

The next Internet, ‘digital human’ assistants, AR offices & Heartbeat ID – how might ground-breaking innovations such as these shape how we work, live and play? What mindsets must organisations and us citizens adopt to keep pace with not just the Fourth Industrial Revolution but its future wave of Industry ‘5.0’?

Reaching thousands through her powerful and provocative talks and broadcasts, ‘Human Potential’ and Innovation Futurist Shivvy Jervis is committed to discovering and sharing the most remarkable advances that will ultimately enhance human potential and advance humanity. Focusing not just on technology, she also uncovers the most meaningful breakthroughs from science, psychology and sociology.

The four-time award winning trends forecaster and founder of ambitious forecasting lab FutureScape 248, Shivvy Jervis is cited by the World Economic Forum as “a thought leader beyond compare” and TED Talks as “having the remarkable capacity to uncover the truly relevant notions from all the noise”.

Shivvy’s energised speeches on ‘human-perception’ AI, immersive workplaces, digital identity and future Internet of Things have earned an astonishing 24 pieces of industry recognition. This includes a hat trick – Britain’s Role Model of the year 2020, Influencer of the Year 2019 and Woman of the Year 2019 by public vote.

Shivvy Jervis recently led a highly-lauded fireside chat with Britain’s former PM David Cameron and headlined the same event – watch here. In the first half of 2020 alone, Shivvy is envisioning the Future of global cities in 2040 for the office of the Mayor of London, keynoting for the United Nations and filming a new documentary on most radical breakthroughs that will define this decade.

With over 12 years of broadcasting experience, over 14 million+ viewers watched her demystify future innovation in award-winning web series’ Digital Futures and The Trailblazers. Cutting her teeth originally as a freelance journalist for CNN Asia and Reuters, more recently Shivvy investigated the future of cities and aviation for two-part series Discovery Channel documentary Piloting the Digital Future. She also fronted mini-investigative feature Six Jobs of the Future, chaired live debate series Ringside Sessions and hosts the NextTech Insider interview series.

Shivvy Jervis is equally at home headlining an event, chairing a high-level summit or presenting a broadcast. Her audiences term her ‘riveting’, a ‘true expert’ and above all, ‘uncompromisingly passionate’.

To learn more about Shivvy, listen to her podcast here

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Topics

'Human-Perception’ AI

The Future of Work

Next-Gen Cyber Security

The Internet of 'Everything’

5G & the Tactile Web

Leading a Digital Transformation

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We instantly felt Shivvy was the person we were looking for. Her personality and professionalism
was outstanding

Ericsson

Shivvy's talk at our Innovation Nation events were everyone’s favourite session; because of both the content and the fantastic energy of her delivery.

EY UK&I

Hands-down the best speaker I've heard in years, deconstructing what's ahead in the future.

Scottish Power

I was very inspired by your ability to connect with the audience so quickly and share your knowledge.

KMPG

Fees & Details

Fees From*

  • UK:

    £3k to £7k

  • Europe:

    £7k to £15k

  • US:

    £7k to £15k

  • Africa/Asia/ME:

    £7k to £15k

Travels From

  • United Kingdom

Languages

English

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