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Delivering future-focused, data-rich insights from
relevant data

Consumers identify with leaders and brands who reflect their values.

Brands want to take a stand and contribute in a positive way.

They expect their advisors to position them as thought-leaders in their market segment. To do that, they need sight of future trends. 

Data is the new gold, and there is ample data available to allow brands to shine right now.

However, strategic planning, thought-leadership, investment decisions, crisis anticipation, policy reviews and customer retention all require sight of future trends.


Meaningful analytics for maximum, measurable impact.

Mettacomms accesses millions of relevant data points, from a broad ecosystem (media, politics, culture, academia +) . We surface embryonic threads of trends, micro-insights into future patterns globally.

Our data-rich insights create confidence in a changing world.

Sight of future trends is essential in a world where vision and values drive investment and purchasing decisions.


Using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning ( ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP), Mettacomms accesses data sets and scans a broad infrastructure of relevant sources to deliver comprehensive insights to power decision making.

Using unique algorithms, Mettacomms provides geo-specific data intelligence to drive future strategy.

The best informed is the best positioned.

Mettacomms allows you to select and monitor the key themes relevant to your sector, giving you decision-making powers that reflect potential future trends and themes.

Your decisions are now data driven and quantifiable.


Data rich insights to power future strategy

Early embryonic sight of impending trends

Confident holistic preparation for the future

Certainty in decision making

Competitive advantage

Harnessing the power of Technology - Creating the Thought Leaders of Tomorrow


Are advances in science slowing down? This was the topic of debate when Patrick Collison, CEO and founder of Stripe, and Lant Pritchett, Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics, met at the JFK Moonshot event in Trinity College recently. Or, to put it another way, how well are we sciencing?
Cathedral Thinking is about building for the future rather than the present. So how are our corporations and politicians putting the concept in practice?
As we move into an increasingly virtual world, Europe is looking to the future to discover how to align the challenges of a technological model with long term goals like promoting sustainability and building an inclusive society. 
In 1994, the first women priests were ordained into the Church of England. Since then, the presence of women in the church has grown and in fact, St Pauls is the seat of the Bishop of London. Yes. You’ve guessed it. The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mulally DBE.
Insights from Marshall Manson (Brunswick Group, London) and Sheena Thompson (International Association of Risk and Crisis Communications) about living in a sea of data, but struggling to find relevant insights.
Prof. Manu Kapur from ETH Zürich, who is also director of their Future Learning Initiative, gave a presentation to the EADL annual conference in Copenhagen in May. Undoubtedly a thought leader in his field, his contribution generated a lot of interest, debate and controversy.
Brands face many challenges on a daily basis. There are the internal challenges of scaling and developing new markets and remaining ‘on trend.’ Perhaps the greatest challenge facing brands in the coming 10 years will be the Thought Leadership challenge. Brands know that they must become Thought Leaders in their own space in order to survive – but how do they do that?
The Mettacomms platform allows you to identify thought leaders, so I thought we might look at what constitutes a thought leader. There are lots of definitions, multiple opinions and some ‘expert’ commentary. All have a different take on what it actually is. So, let’s get some clarity around the issue.