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Kevin Walker

Owner & Founder of CultureLab
Strategist | Trendspotter | Social Business Architect

Innovation Consulting

We help companies stay ahead of the curve and plugged into the relentlessly fast changing marketplace. Exponential technological change has placed a premium on innovation.

Cultural Strategy

Our philosophy is that the best strategies are formed from harnessing the best cultural insight, and having a real time understanding of consumer sentiment

Trends Intelligence

We understand the role of Big Data and how to utilize cutting edge tools to provide real-time consumer insight and real-time trends intelligence.

Lecturing and Speaking

Kevin Walker is an in demand lecturer and speaker on the topics of trends in pop culture, cultural intelligence, tech trends and the new economy.

OUR CLIENTS

CultureLab is a resource for those in the C-suite who need to keep up with exponential change.


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  • The Bay Area’s Expanding Bike Share Is Part Of Ford’s Transition From Cars To “Mobility”
    Ford is looking toward an urban future where people use many modes to get around–and using the data from the bike share to help inform its vision for what those future cities might look like. If you rent a bike from the Bay Area’s newly relaunched bike share program, you’ll notice a new logo: Ford. Now known as Ford GoBike, the system–which is expanding ten- […]
  • How Facebook Used Science And Empathy To Reach Two Billion Users
    Facebook’s growth team has a methodical approach to understanding what new users want, and a surprisingly broad mandate. As of yesterday afternoon, Zuckerberg said over 650 students had registered [to] use thefacebook.com. He said that he anticipated that 900 students would have joined the site by this morning.Read Full Story
  • Amazon’s New Echo Show Has A Decent Chance Of Taking Over Your Kitchen Counter
    The $230 device adds a visual element to the Alexa. In the kitchen that matters a lot. I have an Alexa Echo in my kitchen, but I’ve found it to be of limited use because it’s non-visual–it can hear and make sounds, but it can’t see and display images.Read Full Story