Consultants and Services

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Consultants and Services


A listing of consulting futurists. For information about being listed in the directory, published in every issue of THE FUTURIST and available on the Web at www.wfs.org, call Jeff Cornish toll free at 1-800-989-8274 or 301-656-8274, or fax 301-951-0394.

Karl Albrecht International

3120 Old Bridgeport Way, 100, San Diego, CA 92111

Phone: 858-576-3535 Fax: 858-576-3536

E-mail: futures@KarlAlbrecht.com

Web: KarlAlbrecht.com

Contact: Dr. Karl Albrecht, Dr. Steve Albrecht Management futurist, consultant, speaker, Author, Service America! and Northbound Train. Strategic reviews, executive strategy retreats.

Alternative Futures Associates

100 N. Pitt St., Suite 235, Alexandria, VA 22314-3134

Phone: 703-684-5880 Fax: 703-684-0640

E-mail: futurist@altfutures.com

Web: www.altfutures-afa.com

Contact: Clement Bezold, Jonathan Peck, Bob Olson

Vision and scenario development, strategic planning, trend analysis, workshop design and facilitation, presentations, keynotes, consulting.

Alternative Futures Research Associates, Inc.

4000 Cathedral Ave., N.W., 204B, Washington, DC 20016

Phone: 202-333-2799 Fax: 202-333-3262

E-mail: didsbury@wfs.org

Contact: Dr. Howard F. Didsbury, Jr.

Keynote speaker; future-oriented studies (conferences, films); executive training; special projects director, World Future Society.

James Alvino & Associates

6112 Winslow Dr., Huntington Beach, CA 92647

Phone: 714-903-8584 Fax: 714-844-4861

E-mail: jalvino@mindspring.com

Contact: James Alvino, Ph.D.

Strategic planning/visioning, creative problem solving, leadership development, team building, stress management, meditation techniques, results!

Amber Network

15363 NE 201st St., Woodinville, WA 98072

Phone: 425-415-6155 Fax: 425-415-0664

E-mail: administrator@ambercoaching.com

Web: www.ambercoaching.com

Contact: Aviv Shahar

Future vision, creative coaching, enhanced leadership training, Whole Person Development--living through evolving change, workshops.

ArchPort

1550 Larimer St., Suite 270, Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-906-8440 Fax: 303-893-2204

E-mail: info@archport.com

Web: www.archport.com

Contact: J.P. McLaughlin

Strategic planning, technology master planning, integration of technology and the built environment, keynotes, briefings, visioning.

Atlas Safety & Security Design, Inc.

770 Palm Bay Ln., Suite 4-1, Miami, FL 33138

Phone: 305-756-5027 Fax: 305-754-1658

E-mail: ratlas@ix.netcom.com

Web: www.cpted-security.com

Contact: Dr. Randall Atlas, AIA, CPP

Pioneers in crime prevention through environmental design. Design of jails, prevention of premises liability lawsuits.

Birnbaum Associates, Business Strategy Consultants

1798 Oriole Dr., Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Phone: 714-549-2990 Fax: 714-435-1157

E-mail: Strategy@BirnbaumAssociates.com

Web: www.BirnbaumAssociates.com

Contact: William S. Birnbaum, CMC, President Strategy for today's new economic reality. Keynotes, workshops, consultation, facilitation, coaching. Publishes Business Strategies Newsletter.

CEB & Associates

2822 Croix Ct., Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Phone: 757-496-3278 Fax: 757-496-2016

E-mail: cbublick@ceb-associates.com

Web: www.ceb-associates.com

Contact: Christina Bublick, CEO

Netpreneur and futurist. Specialize in strategic Internet start-up business and Web consulting.

Christensen Associates, Inc.

8168 Manitoba St., No. 2, Playa Del Ray, CA 90293-8291

Phone: 310-578-0405 Fax: 310-578-0455

E-mail: chris@camcinc.

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