Futurist, Business Strategist, Public Speaker, Businessman and Entrepreneur
Anton joined the global FutureWorld International network in 1991 and is now a senior partner and owner.
He has enjoyed a varied and successful professional and business career. Most recently he served as Managing Director of Citadel Private Client Wealth Management. He has also served as Managing Partner a large legal practice and Managing Director of a major property business. He has consulted to regional government structures and served as the President of a National Property Owners Association, representing property interests worth $60 billion. He currently also serves as permanent advisor to several businesses and families and served on the Board of Governors of an educational institution.
As a long-standing Director of FutureWorld, Anton regularly advises businesses globally on strategic thinking, future innovation imperatives to drive growth and sustainable success and related business themes. He has an excellent and insightful understanding of a wide range of industries, from services, the professions, property, law, financial services, mining, energy, FMCG and travel.
Anton is an insightful, inspiring, spirited communicator and a globally sought-after contributor to corporate events and strategic initiatives. He has lectured at the University of Cape Town MBA Program and The Gordon Institute of Business Science. He lectures regularly for London Business School, Duke CE, IMD, Oxford’s Said Business School and India School of Business. Anton delivers riveting keynotes to global audiences and facilities strategy debates in global companies.
Other than his passion for business strategy, innovation and the future, Anton’s interests include scuba diving and underwater photography, wildlife, yachting, golf and international travel.
“Strategic success is created by thousands of small individual and almost imperceptible but aligned actions that permeate a business’ psyche – developing into an invincible energy that permeates corporate activity and captures all before it.”
Anton Musgrave on the Web