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The	
  Future	
  of	
  The	
  Auto	
  Service	
  Experience	
  
28	
  O	
  ct	
  2013	
  |	
  Tim	
  Jones	
  |	
  Charlie...
Ini:al	
  Views	
  
Sector	
  Feedback	
  
Poten:al	
  Scenarios	
  

Overview	
  
This	
  presenta:on	
  shares	
  some	
...
Ini7al	
  Views	
  
Sector	
  
ShiOs	
  

Adjacent	
  
Changes	
  

Macro	
  
Trends	
  

Star7ng	
  Point	
  
An	
  ini:al	
  view	
  brought...
Shi>s	
  Within	
  The	
  Automo7ve	
  Industry	
  
Intelligent	
  Highways	
  
Mesh	
  networks	
  and	
  ubiquitous	
  mobile	
  connec:ons	
  	
  
deliver	
  automated	
  ...
Autonomous	
  Vehicles	
  
Led	
  by	
  urban	
  delivery	
  pods	
  and	
  long	
  distance	
  trucks,	
  	
  
the	
  ris...
Digital	
  Showrooms	
  
Vehicle	
  selec:on	
  and	
  purchase	
  takes	
  place	
  on	
  the	
  high	
  street	
  	
  
a...
Smart	
  Cars	
  
Every	
  vehicle	
  has	
  thousands	
  of	
  sensor-­‐connected	
  computers	
  	
  
that	
  collec:ve	...
Declining	
  Cost	
  of	
  Ownership	
  
Increased	
  compe::on,	
  system	
  efficiency	
  and	
  more	
  open	
  
pricing	...
Inclusive	
  Service	
  Plans	
  
Customers	
  increasingly	
  have	
  their	
  first	
  three	
  years	
  servicing	
  	
 ...
Smaller	
  Cars	
  
More	
  crowded	
  urban	
  environments	
  and	
  the	
  drive	
  	
  
for	
  beVer	
  fuel	
  econom...
Pervasive	
  Leasing	
  
Driven	
  by	
  a	
  combina:on	
  of	
  sustainability,	
  business	
  model	
  	
  
and	
  conv...
Declining	
  DIY	
  
Greater	
  product	
  complexity	
  and	
  more	
  sophis:cated	
  	
  
diagnos:c	
  equipment	
  mak...
Electric	
  Car	
  Services	
  
The	
  growth	
  in	
  electric	
  vehicles	
  brings	
  with	
  it	
  the	
  advent	
  of...
Convenient	
  Fast	
  Fit	
  
Na:onal	
  fast-­‐fit	
  tyre,	
  service	
  and	
  retail	
  chains	
  extend	
  	
  
their	...
Every	
  Car	
  is	
  A	
  Node	
  in	
  the	
  Network	
  
With	
  the	
  introduc:on	
  of	
  embedded	
  SIM	
  cards	
...
Late	
  Customiza7on	
  
Wider	
  personaliza:on	
  of	
  vehicles	
  is	
  enabled	
  by	
  the	
  shiO	
  of	
  	
  
op:...
Mobile	
  Servicing	
  	
  
Significant	
  growth	
  occurs	
  in	
  at-­‐home	
  or	
  at-­‐work	
  low	
  complexity	
  	...
20,000	
  Mile	
  Service	
  Intervals	
  
All	
  new	
  cars	
  can	
  go	
  for	
  20,000	
  miles	
  or	
  two	
  years...
Predic7ve	
  Remote	
  Maintenance	
  
F1	
  and	
  satellite	
  technology	
  is	
  applied	
  at	
  scale	
  enabling	
 ...
Drive	
  Thru	
  Servicing	
  	
  
With	
  pre-­‐arrival	
  diagnosis	
  the	
  norm,	
  drivers	
  opt	
  to	
  take	
  t...
Uninformed	
  Customers	
  
As	
  efficiency	
  improves	
  and	
  automa:on	
  grows,	
  drivers	
  are	
  	
  
ignorant	
 ...
Adjacent	
  Sector	
  Changes	
  That	
  Could	
  Have	
  Impact	
  
Dynamic	
  Pricing	
  
Real-­‐:me	
  consump:on	
  paVerns	
  and	
  data	
  seamlessly	
  drive	
  	
  
the	
  marginal	
...
Personalized	
  Localized	
  	
  
Informa:on	
  is	
  con:nuously	
  updated	
  to	
  reflect	
  current	
  	
  
need	
  st...
Retail	
  Showrooms	
  
Physical	
  retail	
  outlets	
  diverge	
  in	
  ac:vity	
  between	
  tradi:onal	
  	
  
	
  sto...
Perfectly	
  Informed	
  Consumers	
  
BeVer	
  informa:on	
  of	
  cost,	
  quality,	
  benefit	
  and	
  availability	
  ...
Everything	
  Niche	
  	
  
Niche	
  becomes	
  the	
  mainstream	
  as	
  the	
  cost	
  to	
  connect	
  those	
  	
  
w...
Transparent	
  Pricing	
  
Consumers,	
  supply	
  chains	
  and	
  regulators	
  share	
  informa:on	
  	
  
openly	
  an...
Less	
  Variety	
  
The	
  future	
  is	
  one	
  of	
  reduced	
  choice	
  but	
  not	
  less	
  interest	
  as	
  	
  
...
Small	
  and	
  Distributed	
  
Local	
  at	
  home	
  produc:on	
  matches	
  consump:on	
  with	
  	
  
3D	
  and	
  dig...
Bridging	
  The	
  Last	
  Mile	
  
The	
  need	
  to	
  make	
  public	
  transport	
  as	
  flexible	
  as	
  private	
  ...
Access	
  Not	
  Ownership	
  
Rising	
  sustainability	
  impera:ves	
  and	
  increasing	
  	
  
cost	
  of	
  ownership...
Redefining	
  Value	
  
Consumers	
  want	
  to	
  par:cipate	
  in	
  value	
  crea:on,	
  shiOing	
  the	
  	
  
mindset	...
Openly	
  Shared	
  Insight	
  
Knowledge	
  is	
  nothing	
  if	
  not	
  freely	
  shared	
  as	
  value	
  crea:on	
  s...
Mass	
  Customiza7on	
  
Consumers’	
  expecta:ons	
  of	
  unique	
  and	
  bespoke	
  are	
  met	
  	
  
through	
  the	...
Macro	
  Trends	
  Impac7ng	
  Many	
  Sectors	
  
Ubiquitous	
  Data	
  Access	
  
We	
  will	
  finally	
  be	
  connected	
  everywhere	
  -­‐	
  everything	
  that	
  	
 ...
Con7nuously	
  Earned	
  Trust	
  
Inherited	
  and	
  historical	
  status	
  of	
  brands	
  and	
  icons	
  is	
  subsu...
Ci7es	
  Not	
  Countries	
  
Ci:es	
  are	
  more	
  important	
  than	
  countries	
  and	
  increasingly	
  set	
  the	...
Internet	
  of	
  Things	
  
Every	
  device	
  and	
  consumable	
  product	
  has	
  an	
  integrated	
  	
  
unique	
  ...
Peer	
  to	
  Peer	
  Networks	
  
Recommenda:on	
  and	
  advice	
  shiOs	
  from	
  experts	
  to	
  the	
  crowd	
  	
 ...
Adapta7on	
  to	
  Climate	
  Change	
  
As	
  the	
  :me	
  to	
  impact	
  of	
  renewable	
  alterna:ves	
  becomes	
  ...
Almost	
  Zero	
  Waste	
  
Escala:ng	
  waste	
  produc:on,	
  changing	
  aftudes	
  to	
  resources	
  	
  
alongside	
...
Dense	
  Ci7es	
  
As	
  urban	
  migra:on	
  increases,	
  efficient,	
  densely	
  	
  
populated	
  ci:es,	
  not	
  dist...
All	
  Digi7zed	
  
By	
  2020	
  all	
  the	
  world’s	
  informa:on	
  is	
  digi:zed,	
  storage	
  is	
  nearly	
  	
 ...
Sector	
  Feedback	
  
Gaining	
  Feedback	
  
We	
  shared	
  the	
  ini:al	
  views	
  on	
  emerging	
  trends	
  for	
  feedback	
  	
  
from...
Trends	
  most	
  likely	
  to	
  happen	
  
1.  Predic:ve	
  Remote	
  Maintenance	
  
2.  Uninformed	
  Customers	
  
3....
 

	
  

	
  

	
  

Poten7al	
  Scenarios	
  
2020	
  -­‐	
  A	
  World	
  With:	
  
Smart	
  cars	
  
Everything	
  
digi:zed	
  	
  

Electric	
  car	
  
services	
  ...
Small	
  and	
  
Distributed	
  

Large	
  and	
  
Concentrated	
  

But,	
  there	
  seems	
  to	
  be	
  two	
  dis:nct	...
Small	
  and	
  
Distributed	
  

Large	
  and	
  
Concentrated	
  

Customer	
  Experience:	
  
Local	
  and	
  personal	...
Large	
  and	
  
Concentrated	
  

Customer	
  Experience:	
  
Immersive	
  centers	
  
Drive	
  thru	
  op:ons	
  

Works...
With	
  all	
  the	
  data	
  openly	
  available,	
  how	
  quickly	
  can	
  the	
  customer	
  experience	
  be	
  rein...
The	
  world’s	
  leading	
  open	
  foresight	
  program	
  

Future	
  Agenda	
  
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  Brook	
  Street	
  
London	
  
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This is an initial view that brings together a number of different perspectives on the future of car servicing being driven by potential changes within the sector, in adjacent arenas and beyond. Having gained some feedback and opinion from around the world on which of these shifts will have greatest impact, which will happen first and what is missing from this view we have added in some potential future scenarios for how the future shifts could change customer experiences and business models for dealers and workshops. Further comments on these thoughts are welcome and will be shared in a few weeks time

As with all futureagenda projects, the outputs will be openly shared for all to use as sources of insight and stimulus for innovation, strategy challenge and wider engagement.

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  1. 1. The  Future  of  The  Auto  Service  Experience   28  O  ct  2013  |  Tim  Jones  |  Charlie  Curson  
  2. 2. Ini:al  Views   Sector  Feedback   Poten:al  Scenarios   Overview   This  presenta:on  shares  some  views  on  trends  that  could  impact     auto  servicing  over  the  next  few  years.  It  includes  trends,  feedback     from  across  the  sector  and  some  poten:al  scenarios  for  the  future  
  3. 3. Ini7al  Views  
  4. 4. Sector   ShiOs   Adjacent   Changes   Macro   Trends   Star7ng  Point   An  ini:al  view  brought  together  a  number  of  different  perspec:ves     on  the  future  of  auto-­‐servicing  being  driven  by  poten:al  changes     within  the  sector,  in  adjacent  arenas  and  beyond.  This  follows.    
  5. 5. Shi>s  Within  The  Automo7ve  Industry  
  6. 6. Intelligent  Highways   Mesh  networks  and  ubiquitous  mobile  connec:ons     deliver  automated  highways  to  improve  safety,     increase  capacity  and  reduce  conges:on  
  7. 7. Autonomous  Vehicles   Led  by  urban  delivery  pods  and  long  distance  trucks,     the  rise  of  automa:cally  driven  vehicles  leads  to  the     reinven:on  of  the  travel  experience  around  infotainment  
  8. 8. Digital  Showrooms   Vehicle  selec:on  and  purchase  takes  place  on  the  high  street     and  in  shopping  malls  with  immersive  digital  experience     replacing  edge  of  town  physical  car  dealerships    
  9. 9. Smart  Cars   Every  vehicle  has  thousands  of  sensor-­‐connected  computers     that  collec:ve  provide  the  intelligent  car  able  to  monitor     itself,  its  environment  and  its  passengers    
  10. 10. Declining  Cost  of  Ownership   Increased  compe::on,  system  efficiency  and  more  open   pricing  leads  to  a  net  decline  in  the  ongoing  cost  of  ownership     of  a  vehicle  aOer  purchase  
  11. 11. Inclusive  Service  Plans   Customers  increasingly  have  their  first  three  years  servicing     included  within  as  a  fixed  price  the  purchase  or  lease  cost  of     their  vehicle  as  long  as  this  takes  place  at  a  dealer  
  12. 12. Smaller  Cars   More  crowded  urban  environments  and  the  drive     for  beVer  fuel  economy  reverse  the  trend  for  larger  cars     and,  especially  for  the  young  and  old,  smaller  is  beVer    
  13. 13. Pervasive  Leasing   Driven  by  a  combina:on  of  sustainability,  business  model     and  convenience  factors,  leasing  becomes  the  predominant     mode  of  new  vehicle  access  for  all  
  14. 14. Declining  DIY   Greater  product  complexity  and  more  sophis:cated     diagnos:c  equipment  makes  customer  ‘do  it  yourself’   servicing  almost  impossible  for  new  cars  
  15. 15. Electric  Car  Services   The  growth  in  electric  vehicles  brings  with  it  the  advent  of  a     completely  new  service  experience  with  clean  environments,     super  fast  diagnosis  and  plug  and  play  component  swap  
  16. 16. Convenient  Fast  Fit   Na:onal  fast-­‐fit  tyre,  service  and  retail  chains  extend     their  drive  in  service  support  for  low  complexity,     high  volume  wear  items  and  maintenance  ac:vi:es  
  17. 17. Every  Car  is  A  Node  in  the  Network   With  the  introduc:on  of  embedded  SIM  cards  in  every  new    vehicle,  all  cars  are  tracked  and  the  advent  of  the     connected  car  experience  is  accelerated  
  18. 18. Late  Customiza7on   Wider  personaliza:on  of  vehicles  is  enabled  by  the  shiO  of     op:on-­‐fit  from  manufacturer  to  dealer  and  opens  the  doors  to     new  owner  makeovers  when  cars  are  resold  second  hand  
  19. 19. Mobile  Servicing     Significant  growth  occurs  in  at-­‐home  or  at-­‐work  low  complexity     servicing  from  mobile  technicians  provided  via  roadside  assist   companies,  independents  and  dealer  networks  alike    
  20. 20. 20,000  Mile  Service  Intervals   All  new  cars  can  go  for  20,000  miles  or  two  years  between     services  due  to  universally  adopted  long-­‐life  products,     ubiquitous  diagnos:cs  and  greater  overall  vehicle  reliability  
  21. 21. Predic7ve  Remote  Maintenance   F1  and  satellite  technology  is  applied  at  scale  enabling  car     manufacturers  to  con:nuously  monitor  vehicles,  diagnose     any  future  faults  in  advance  and  remotely  update  soOware    
  22. 22. Drive  Thru  Servicing     With  pre-­‐arrival  diagnosis  the  norm,  drivers  opt  to  take  their     vehicles  to  loca:ons  able  to  do  a  full  service  in  30  minutes     while  they  have  a  coffee,  relax  and  browse  the  net  
  23. 23. Uninformed  Customers   As  efficiency  improves  and  automa:on  grows,  drivers  are     ignorant  of  how  vehicles  work  and,  especially  in  fast  growing   economies,  unaware  of  anything  under  the  bonnet  
  24. 24. Adjacent  Sector  Changes  That  Could  Have  Impact  
  25. 25. Dynamic  Pricing   Real-­‐:me  consump:on  paVerns  and  data  seamlessly  drive     the  marginal  value  of  products,  the  cost  of  access  for     adver:sing  and  the  underlying  cost  to  produce  
  26. 26. Personalized  Localized     Informa:on  is  con:nuously  updated  to  reflect  current     need  states  and  interests  of  the  individual  and     provided  for  seamless  cross-­‐pla`orm  consump:on  
  27. 27. Retail  Showrooms   Physical  retail  outlets  diverge  in  ac:vity  between  tradi:onal      stores  and  showrooms  where  we  browse  and  research     ahead  of  online  purchase  and  at-­‐home  delivery    
  28. 28. Perfectly  Informed  Consumers   BeVer  informa:on  of  cost,  quality,  benefit  and  availability     enables  consumers  to  set  the  right  price  for  products  and     services  and  buyers  pay  sellers  what  they  want    
  29. 29. Everything  Niche     Niche  becomes  the  mainstream  as  the  cost  to  connect  those     with  common  interests  drops  to  zero  and  more  of  us  can     pay  aVen:on  to  specialist,  tailored  long-­‐tail  needs  and  wants  
  30. 30. Transparent  Pricing   Consumers,  supply  chains  and  regulators  share  informa:on     openly  and  force  manufacturers  and  retailers  to  be  more     transparent  about  costs  and  accountable  for  errors  
  31. 31. Less  Variety   The  future  is  one  of  reduced  choice  but  not  less  interest  as     bricks  and  mortar  retailers  provide  an  increasingly  edited     por`olio  of  products  through  ever  more  efficient  channels  
  32. 32. Small  and  Distributed   Local  at  home  produc:on  matches  consump:on  with     3D  and  digital  scanning  and  prin:ng  providing  highly     efficient  and  good  quality  instant  physical  outputs  
  33. 33. Bridging  The  Last  Mile   The  need  to  make  public  transport  as  flexible  as  private   focuses  aVen:on  on  the  first  or  last  mile  between     mul:-­‐modal  hubs  and  the  home  /  work  des:na:on  
  34. 34. Access  Not  Ownership   Rising  sustainability  impera:ves  and  increasing     cost  of  ownership  all  shiO  the  balance  from     ownership  to  access  and  we  prefer  to  rent  than  buy    
  35. 35. Redefining  Value   Consumers  want  to  par:cipate  in  value  crea:on,  shiOing  the     mindset  to  “made  with  me”  -­‐  Value  is  about  “shared  with  me”     as  the  ownerless  economy  expands    
  36. 36. Openly  Shared  Insight   Knowledge  is  nothing  if  not  freely  shared  as  value  crea:on  shiOs     from  insight  ownership  to  insight  use  and  applica:on  while     branded  and  local  sources  of  content  compete  to  share  
  37. 37. Mass  Customiza7on   Consumers’  expecta:ons  of  unique  and  bespoke  are  met     through  the  apparent  delivery  of  individual  combina:ons     drawn  from  choreographed  choice  architectures  
  38. 38. Macro  Trends  Impac7ng  Many  Sectors  
  39. 39. Ubiquitous  Data  Access   We  will  finally  be  connected  everywhere  -­‐  everything  that     can  benefit  from  a  network  connec:on  will  have  one  and     everyone  will  have  access  to  the  mobile  internet  
  40. 40. Con7nuously  Earned  Trust   Inherited  and  historical  status  of  brands  and  icons  is  subsumed     into  a  world  where  trust  goes  to  the  most  credible  source     in  the  moment  and  many  fight  for  authen:city  
  41. 41. Ci7es  Not  Countries   Ci:es  are  more  important  than  countries  and  increasingly  set  the     standards  as  cultural  connec:ons  predominate  over  na:onal     iden::es  and  urban  markets  group  around  common  issues  
  42. 42. Internet  of  Things   Every  device  and  consumable  product  has  an  integrated     unique  IP  address  that  enables  everything  to  become  an     ac:ve  node  in  the  shared  network  
  43. 43. Peer  to  Peer  Networks   Recommenda:on  and  advice  shiOs  from  experts  to  the  crowd     as  peer  to  peer  networks  dominate  in  an  era  of  shiOing     trust  and  declining  respect  for  ins:tu:ons    
  44. 44. Adapta7on  to  Climate  Change   As  the  :me  to  impact  of  renewable  alterna:ves  becomes  clear,     the  world  recognizes  a  period  of  increased  planetary  stress  and   we  seek  to  beVer  adapt  to  more  extreme  weather  paVerns  
  45. 45. Almost  Zero  Waste   Escala:ng  waste  produc:on,  changing  aftudes  to  resources     alongside    new  approaches,  regula:on  and  business  models     lead  many  to  aim  for  the  almost  zero  waste  society  
  46. 46. Dense  Ci7es   As  urban  migra:on  increases,  efficient,  densely     populated  ci:es,  not  distributed  op:ons,  are  the     blueprints  for  more  sustainable  places  to  live    
  47. 47. All  Digi7zed   By  2020  all  the  world’s  informa:on  is  digi:zed,  storage  is  nearly     free  and  the  volume  of  data  in  the  world  is  doubling  monthly  –     we  can  all  access  the  21st  century  archive  
  48. 48. Sector  Feedback  
  49. 49. Gaining  Feedback   We  shared  the  ini:al  views  on  emerging  trends  for  feedback     from  around  the  world  –  on  which  may  have     greatest  impact  ,  which  could  happen  first  and  why.  
  50. 50. Trends  most  likely  to  happen   1.  Predic:ve  Remote  Maintenance   2.  Uninformed  Customers   3.  20,000  Mile  Service  Intervals   4.  Declining  Cost  of  Ownership   5.  Access  Not  Ownership   6.  Transparent  Pricing   7.  Mobile  Servicing   8.  Smart  Cars   9.  Retail  Showrooms   10.  Autonomous  Vehicles   Those  that  may  have  greatest  impact   1.  Transparent  Pricing   2.  Predic:ve  Remote  Maintenance   3.  Mobile  Servicing   4.  Retail  Showrooms   5.  Digital  Showrooms   6.  Uninformed  Customers   7.  Access  Not  Ownership   8.  Pervasive  Leasing   9.  Electric  Car  Services   10.  Inclusive  Service  Plans   Wider  Views   Feedback  from  car  manufacturers,  dealerships  and  industry   commentators  helped  to  priori:ze  the  trends  that  are  seen  to  be  most   likely  to  happen  first  and  those  that  could  have  greatest  impact  
  51. 51.         Poten7al  Scenarios  
  52. 52. 2020  -­‐  A  World  With:   Smart  cars   Everything   digi:zed     Electric  car   services   Inclusive  costs   Predic:ve  remote   maintenance   Pervasive  Leasing   Transparent   pricing   Uninformed   Customers   Smaller  cars   20,000  mile   services   The  2020  Perspec7ve   From  the  feedback,  it  is  clear  that,  sooner  or  later,  most  agree  that   technology  will  have  a  major  impact  on  the  service  experience  in   providing  a  more  connected,  efficient  and  simplified  landscape      
  53. 53. Small  and   Distributed   Large  and   Concentrated   But,  there  seems  to  be  two  dis:nct  ways  in  which  the  future     experience  can  be  delivered  that  have  different  implica:ons  for   customers  and  impacts  for  the  auto-­‐service  providers  
  54. 54. Small  and   Distributed   Large  and   Concentrated   Customer  Experience:   Local  and  personal   Mobile  servicing   Workshop  Impact:   More  flexible  approach   Less  frequent  foo`all   Fast  fit  whenever  possible   Cross-­‐brand  support   Convenient  loca:ons   Just-­‐in-­‐:me  stock  access   Mul:-­‐skilled  but  fewer  staff   Decoupled  from  retail   Value-­‐based  pricing   Best  price  parts  and  labor       Small  and  Distributed   In  the  ‘Small  and  Distributed’  scenario,  we  can  see  a  world  in  which   customer’s  vehicles  are  maintained  away  from  the  retail  space  where   and  when  they  wish  with  maximum  convenience  and  minimum  hassle    
  55. 55. Large  and   Concentrated   Customer  Experience:   Immersive  centers   Drive  thru  op:ons   Workshop  Impact:   Infotainment  experiences   Fast  priority  lanes   Digital  showrooms   Mul:-­‐brand  access   City-­‐center  /  mall  loca:ons   Smaller  forecourts   Mul:-­‐brand  rela:onships   Integrated  with  other  retail   Compe::ve  pricing   Best  price  parts  and  labor       Large  and  Concentrated   In  the  ‘Large  and  Concentrated’  scenario,  we  can  see  a  world  in  which   customer’s  vehicles  are  maintained  away  from  the  retail  space  where   and  when  they  wish  with  maximum  convenience  and  minimum  hassle    
  56. 56. With  all  the  data  openly  available,  how  quickly  can  the  customer  experience  be  reinvented?   What  new  approaches  can  be  adopted  to  unlock  new  sources  of  value  and  differen:a:on?   How  will  margins  be  impacted  by  more  transparent  pricing  and  greater  efficiency?   Will  the  control  balance  between  manufacturers,  dealers  and  workshops  have  to  change?   What  can  be  learnt  from  other  sectors  that  have  gone  through  similar  and  rapid  shiOs?   Five  Ques7ons   For  the  sector,  these  both  raise  a  number  of  key  ques:ons  for  the     future  –  primarily  around  the  speed  of  change  but  also  impac:ng     issues  such  as  control,  profitability  and  business  models  
  57. 57. The  world’s  leading  open  foresight  program   Future  Agenda   84  Brook  Street   London   W1K  5EH   +44  203  0088  141   futureagenda.org   :m.jones@futureagenda.org  
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