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Australian Food Has Become Too Gourmet

Trend forecaster Michelle Newton said one reason why we’re hard pushed to find good-old bangers and mash at our local pub is because more people are expecting high quality food.

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HUFFINGTON POST

LJ CHARLESTON

A Game of Thrones World

Like all trends, Newton said there is always a yin and a yang. Only time will tell what percentage of these experiences will be 'Behind the Shadows.

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HUFFINGTON POST

LJ CHARLESTON

The Experience Economy: Why Aussies Want Less Stuff, More Living

The badge on your car, the label on your handbag and the soles of your shoes will always speak volumes about you. But Michelle Newton believes the tide is turning – stuff is losing its role in defining status.

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HUFFINGTON POST

LJ CHARLESTON

AMSRS National Conference 2015 - Elyse Pigram Wins Best Paper By A Young Researcher Award

Talkin’ bout my generation: the research process behind DrinkWise’s ‘drinking, do it properly’ campaign

AMSRS – NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2015

ELYSE PIGRAM

GALKAL Welcomes Michelle Newton As Director of Cultural Forecasting

Michelle forged a career as a successful Consumer Trends Consultant working for renowned Futurist and trend consultant Faith Popcorn.

GALILEOSIGHT

MICHELLE NEWTON

Once A Jolly Swagman

Erryn Balzan explores the cultural narrative underpinning Australia’s illegal download phenomenon, talks Glo-bos (Global Bogans), and asks what the outlaw mentality means for how brands communicate

RESEARCH NEWS

ERRYN BALZAN