The future of love is bound to the institutions that have historically shaped and defined it, from religion to government to financial structures. As our relationships with those structures change, so will their influence on how and when we seek life partners (or not), how we live and express our feelings and identities. How will we meet our partners? How many will we have at once, and over our lifetimes? These answers are changing, and increasingly technology and platforms are playing a role.
Join us on Valentine’s Day as we explore these shifts in the functional constructs of love and how they will impact brands and services across dating apps, weddings, media, housing, financial services, insurance, food, consumer goods, gifts, jewelry, health and wellbeing, retail and more.
What the Future Editor, Matt Carmichael, will lead you through the exclusive U.S. and global data from our Future of Love study and interviews with experts:
- Luciano Rodembusch, president, North America, Pandora Jewelry
- Dan Cox, director of the Survey Center of American Life, American Enterprise Institute
- Jess Carbino, Ph.D, sociologist and dating expert
- Meredith Goldstein, “Love Letters” advice columnist and podcast host, The Boston Globe
Don’t miss out. Register today for insights on how brands can adjust their offers, services and messaging to recognize the changing landscape of love.
Matt Carmichael, What the Future editor and head of the Ipsos Trends and Foresight Lab