Bridge8 was established in 2004 and has provided services for a range of clients including Federal Government, State Governments, research institutions, not-for-profits, consultancies and corporates across sectors including science, emerging technologies, natural resources, climate, water, urban design, health services and education.

Animation: Blood Pressure for NPS MedicineWise

One in three Australian adults has high blood pressure. It often has no symptoms. But left untreated it can lead to stroke, heart and kidney disease. And not only that but those of us 45 years and above that require blood pressure lowering medicines are really bad taking them regularly and on an on-going basis. […]

Future Proof: Time for Kids

Over the new year we set up a new service for one-on-one strategic conversations. A chance for people to consider their achievements and decide on the what type of future they might like to create. These sessions were aimed at professionals to rethink their personal and professional goals, or to help think through organisational strategies for […]

Chronference: Perspectives on Time

Chronference is a series of experimental, pop up time travel symposiums and collections (chronference.com) for people who are interested in time and futures. The first chronference took place at dawn on the 2014 spring equinox in Melbourne, where a group of professional futurists, business strategists, artists, changemakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the curious gathered to expand their […]

Facilitating Outcomes: Free Wifi Forum

If you are active in engaging with people on an issue, it’s critical their input and feedback is included in making future recommendations.  And people should be able to see how their input has been considered. Sounds simple, but it’s often overlooked. A good facilitator will incorporate these inputs during the session and explain what new […]

Future Proof Yourself: Individual Sessions

Book now for personal foresight advisory sessions and future proof yourself for 2015. The best in class listicles for 2014 are popping up everywhere, whether it be Vanity Fair’s best movies, Bill Gates’ best books, Goodreads’ best fiction or Apple’s best of everything. But are you taking the time to consider your “best of” list for your […]