Social commentator, author and stirrer, Richard Neville came to international prominence in the 60's and 70's with the creation of the notorious international magazine Oz - his first act of futurism. In his best-seller, Playpower, Neville monitored the global youthquake and predicted the rise of computers. His second book, also a best-seller, won a confession from a serial killer who preyed on pot-trail back-packers. Ever since, he has continued to signpost the edges of social change - in books, essays, on TV, in keynote addresses, seminars, public debate and lately on the web. A co-founder of the Australian Futures Foundation, Richard has built a corporate practice as a professional futurist, offering an array of tools & techniques for surfing the waves of change. He is a Co-founder and Director of The Neville Freeman Agency.
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