How to use this website
Discussions are how we have chosen to group together the different projects that Tomorrow’s Company are working on. Each discussion section has a number of projects attached to it, and we encourage interactivity and feedback through a comments section and clear lists of all our publications (available for free in PDF format).
Tomorrow’s Company run a number of high profile and agenda setting events each year. On the events page of our website, you will find an up-to-date events calendar and a searchable archive of our events.
To book your attendance at a particular event, select the event on the main events page and click the purple ‘book now’ button on the right hand side of the page, which will take you to our usual events registration platform Eventbrite. If you wish to register your interest in an event that is not currently bookable, please email our Events and Communications Executive, Jasmin Tutt.
tomorrowscompany.com is fully integrated with a variety of social media platforms. Disqus commenting system allows you to leave comments on our website by signing with your Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo, OpenID or Google account, if you wish to. Go to our conversation hub to find Twitter streams relevant to the topics of research that you are most interested in. Find our Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts linked by the relevant symbols on the bar at the bottom of each website page. Every page on our website can be shared via LinkedIn by pressing the white and blue ‘inShare’ button.
On Twitter, hashtags – identifiable by the symbol ‘#’ and a word or phrase, such as ‘#womeninbusiness’ – make it easy group together live discussion on a particular topic. On our home page, we have gathered Twitter streams from relevant hashtags so as to provide an insight into what discussion is going on around these topics right now.
Please note that the tweets you will see displayed are what the wider twitter sphere is saying about a particular topic, using a particular hashtag, and might not always be relevant to our work. Our twitter streams are unedited so these are the authentic thoughts and voices, in real time, of others out there.
Our triple context model
On the homepage, you will find our triple context model. We see business as operating within three interlinking contexts: The Social & Political System, The Global Economy and The Natural Environment. This widget is currently under development and will eventually serve as a navigation tool for our work. In the meantime do visit our Triple Context page to better understand our central organising model.
At tomorrowscompany.com, we have opened up part of our website to comments. Via Disqus, an interactive comments platform, you can get your point across and interact with other users on pages regarding just about any project, event or article that Tomorrow’s Company are involved in. We encourage you to use this! To comment, type your comment in the comment box (below ‘Add new comment’) and then click the ‘Post as…’ button. To reply to an existing comment, click ‘reply’ on that existing comment. Users can also ‘like’ (or ‘dislike’) pages by clicking the relevant thumbs up or thumbs down button at the top of the comment box.
Membership & Donations
The website also enables you to support our work by either becoming an individual member or making a donation. The Make a Donation button is visible on the top right corner of every page and when clicking on it you will be taken to our membership and donations platform on eventbrite where everything can be processed.
Our new Amazon shop
At the end of the top navigation bar you will find our shop where you will be taken to our brand new Amazon webstore where you can buy hardcopies of some of our more popular publications.