OUR STORY AND LOCATION
WHERE WE COME FROM
This company was founded in 2013 by Elisabet Lagerstedt. After a 20-year corporate career, she started a boutique consultancy with a focus on insight, strategy, innovation, and renewal. Today on a mission to build Better Business and a better future, she has become a trusted advisor to CEOs and management teams in recognized companies.
Our formal company name is Inquentia Group AB. We operate under our EUIPO registered brand, Future Navigators, after the publication of our founder's first book Navigera in i framtiden (2018).
WHAT WE ARE EVOLVING INTO
Our purpose is to help business leaders go beyond business as usual, to build Better Business and co-create a better future.
Doing that, we stand strong as a highly competent and trusted advisory in matters of strategic foresight, strategy, innovation and transformation. In parallel, we are, step by step, developing a network of collaborative partners and progressive Better Business Acceleration Leaders to enable our long-term purpose, mission and vision.
We are currently also in the process of becoming a Certified B Corporation.
WHERE YOU CAN FIND US
Our heart belongs to Höllviken by the sea in the very south of Sweden. This is where our business was founded, and where we have been located during the first 10 years of our journey (2013-2023). It's conveniently located only 25 minutes from Copenhagen Airport and equally close to Malmö.
As a next step on our journey you will, from the beginning of 2024, instead find us at Epic in the city center of Malmö - in an award-winning green building by the water just across the university, next door to a few progressive start up incubators and only a 10 minute walk to the beautiful Lilla Torg. A place tailored for good coffee, creative meetings, collaboration and co-creation!
Find us at EPIC Spaces from February 1, 2024:
c/o Inquentia Group AB
Nordenskiöldsgatan 11 A
211 19 Malmö
DID YOU KNOW
MALMÖ IS PART OF GREATER COPENHAGEN
Malmö is today part of a region today called Greater Copenhagen. At least by the Danes (yes, Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark).
Truth be told, this part of Sweden used to belong to the Danes till 1658, but has been Swedish ever since - even though we only have a 25-minute drive to Copenhagen Airport. Today, there is, of course, the Öresund bridge connecting us - and a somewhat similar language, too.
To make things a bit more complicated, there is a company in Copenhagen called Future Navigator (without an "s"). We really like what they do, too. But it is not us. Just so that you know.
With 12,000 researchers, 15 science parks, and 14 universities and colleges of higher education, being part of Greater Copenhagen feels pretty good. Especially since it offers Scandinavia’s most knowledge-intensive research and business environment.
It’s also an area where it’s common to ride the bike to work and where dads take paternity leave. All in combination with world-famous architecture, historic castles, vast fields, beautiful woods, modern Scandinavian design, breath-taking coastal areas, and Michelin star-winning Nordic cuisine.
We simply believe that this is a great place to be, especially to inspire the business leaders of the world to build Better Business and a Better Future. And, EPIC offers great opportunities for meetings and greetings.
As William Gibson said: "The future is already here, it's just not evenly distributed."