Consultants and Services. (Special Advertising Section)

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Consultants and Services. (Special Advertising Section)


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 toil free at 1-800-989-8274 or 30 656-8274, or fax 301-951-0394.

AAI Research

929 Westminster St., NW., Washington, DC 20001

Phone: 202-332-0846

E-mail: ir004286@mindspring.com

Contact: Tim Mack

Connecting foresight to the public policy arena and marketplace. Training, fundraising and organizational development assistance.

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.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., 2048, 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.

Atlas Safety & Security Design, Inc.

770 Palm Bay Ln., Suite 4-I, 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.

Winston J. Brill & Associates

4134 Cherokee Dr., Madison, WI 53711

Phone: 608-231-6766 Fax: 608-231-6794

E-mail: wbrill@winstonbrill.com

Web: www.winstonbrill.com

Contact: Winston J. Brill, Ph.D.

Keynotes, seminars, consulting to help organizations stimulate creativity, innovation. Publishers o the monthly Innovative Leader.

Build-to-Order Consulting

P.O. Box 100, Cambria, CA 93428

Phone: 805-924-0100 Fax: 805-924-0200

E-mail: andersondm@aol.com

Web: www.build-to-order-consulting.com

Contact: Dr. David M. Anderson, RE., CMC

Leading-edge consulting, in-house seminars, workshops, keynote speeches on Build-to-Order and Mass Customization.

BusinessHive

1923 Meek Meadows Ct., St. Louis, MO 63026

Phone: 636-225-4103 Fax: 435-804-1106

E-mail: David@BusinessHive.com

Web: www.BusinessHive.com

Contact: David C. Carrithers, Chief Bee Keeper

Career Design Associates, Inc.

Business, product, market and relationship development, situation assessment/recommendations plan development, incentive analysis, start-up support.

2818 South Country Club Rd., Garland, TX 75043

Phone: 972-278-4701 Fax: 972-278-7092

E-mail: options@career-design. …

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