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Now, Near and Next

An arts podcast from Method

Change has never happened this fast before, and it will never be this slow again. Now, Near and Next is dedicated to exploring the social, technological, environmental and economic forces driving the bewildering pace of change.
In each episode we talk with industry experts to find out how they got to 'Now’ in their diverse fields of expertise and explore the 'Near and Next’ through the lens of design, innovation, entrepreneurship, technology, sustainability and wherever the winds of conversation take us.
The podcast is hosted by Matt Millington, Senior Director of Strategic Growth at Method. Method use design and technology to create business value; building brands, products and services fit for the digital age. Method is part of GlobalLogic a Silicon Valley based digital product engineering company.

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