About DaVinci Institute
DaVinci Institute is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Futurist Think Tank
Founded in 1997, by internationally renown futurist, author, and keynote speaker, Thomas Frey. DaVinci Institute has a long standing reputation in Colorado as a powerhouse networking firm and think tank. The company grew its popularity in the Colorado community hosting large futurist events called, Night with a Futurist, educational workshops called Start up Junkie and the annual Inventor’s Showcase. Not only do these events establish a community of intellectuals and inventors, but they inspire great inventions and innovations. DaVinci Institute has had a large influence in building the flourishing tech community in Colorado. Over the last decade, Frey and his luminaries have become a trusted resource as consultants and visionaries who are constantly working to innovate and usher Colorado into a better economical future. As a think tank, DaVinci Institute is credited for conducting research that helped bring the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to Denver and establishing Colorado’s first Micro College/Coding Bootcamp, DaVinci Coders.
Futurist Speaker Thomas Frey
Author • Writer • Visionary
Author of the 2017 book “Epiphany Z: 8 Radical Visions for Transforming Your Future,” Futurist Speaker Thomas Frey is a powerful visionary who is revolutionizing our thinking about the future.
Over the past decade, Thomas Frey has built an extensive following around the world based on his ability to uncover unique insights into the future, and describe the enormous opportunities that lie ahead. Having started seventeen businesses himself and assisting on the development of hundreds more, the understanding he brings to his audiences is a rare blend of reality-based thinking coupled with a clear-headed visualization of the world to come.
Thomas has been featured in thousands of articles for both national and international publications including New York Times, Huffington Post, Times of India, USA Today, US News and World Report, Popular Science, The Futurist Magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, World Economic Forum, Times of Israel, Mashable, Bangkok Post, National Geographics, ColoradoBiz Magazine, Rocky Mountain News, and many more. He currently writes a weekly “Future Trend Report” newsletter and a weekly column for FuturistSpeaker.com.
Predicting the future has little value without understanding the driving forces behind the trends, subtle nuances that can be leveraged, and implications for both the people directly affected in the industry as well as others farther down the technological food chain.
Each year his talks touch the lives of tens of thousands of people with his unique brand of customized presentations designed specifically around the needs of each and every audience.