Continuing our annual tradition since our inception way back in 2010 (I know, right?), the Predictions Bucket comes back for another year.
What we do is this: collect as many "Predictions for 2019" articles as possible, strip them down into themes, then cross-refer themes against their authors. The idea is that the more people/organisations make a prediction, the more likely it is to happen - or, conversely, the greater the number of people who are deluded by a shiny unicorn.
The more predictions we know about, the richer the data. And, the richer the data, the more informed the Bucket becomes. The predictions can come from anywhere: from agencies, media, futurists, organisations, your gran. It doesn't matter. We'll put all of them in.
To let us know about a prediction, simply
The predictions can be yours, or you can just give us a link to someone else's document or web page.
This year, rather than offer an Excel spreadsheet to download, we'll make the data live within a web page.
So, we look forward to hearing from you with any "Predictions" documents or reports that you come across.