1. The Rise of the Part Time CTO

    Imagine having access to an executive team of the most experienced and sought-after talent in an industry but for a fraction of the price that traditional companies have to pay. Think of the benefits a fledgling, young business could gain from leveraging an experienced leadership team without having to invest years of training and development and hundreds of thousands of dollars in overhead. In short, imagine a company taking advantage of top-flight strategic talent without the commitment to big dollars and long-term contracts--a no strings attached team. Is all of this wishful thinking, or is…Read More

  2. What It Means to Be a Futurist Think Tank

    Futurist thinking outside the box to create a better future Futurist think tanks ponder the inner workings of the past, present, and future in order to generate sustainable solutions to future problems in order to ensure a brighter tomorrow. In order to accomplish this goal, futurist think tanks enable inventors, innovators, and geniuses of our time by providing a community and network of people there to support and bring their ideas to life. What is a futurist think tank? It's exactly as one would assume it is; a futurist think tank is a network of inventors, innovators, and geniuses that foc…Read More

  3. DaVinci Tech Academy: Building the future with first-of-its-kind, leading-edge learning laboratory

    As a powerhouse networking giant and renowned futurist in Colorado, keynote speaker and author Thomas Frey was no stranger to intellectual, cutting edge concepts and engaging think-tank strategies. However, the creative intellectual introduced an unparalleled innovation in 1997 that held the power to build and transform the future: The DaVinci Tech Institute. A first-of-it's kind learning laboratory, the academy would influence and inspire rising generations, as well as returning students and established professionals desiring growth and seeking to challenge themselves. In 2002, for…Read More

  4. Unlimited Possibilities: The Future of 3D Printing

      Although 3D printing is on the cutting edge of today's technology, it really goes back to 1983, when Charles Hull invented the stereolithography (SLA) machine. Hull went on to found 3D systems and launched a whole new industry. SLA machines were later called 3D printers. During the last decade, this technology has rapidly advanced, bringing about many practical applications. The future of 3D printing looks even more exciting. Hull's original work with his SLA machine was largely involved with resins and plastics. However, the technology expanded to include materials such as glass, metals, m…Read More