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Trends Book by CEO Mitchell Levy

2009's Top 10 Trends

Prior Year's Predictive Accuracy

2008's Top 10 Trends

2007's Top 10 Trends

2006's Top 10 Trends

2005's Top 10 Trends

2004's Top 10 Trends

2003's Top 10 Trends

2002's Top 10 Trends

2001's Top 10 Trends

2000's Top 10 Trends

1999's Top 10 Trends

1998's Top 10 Trends




2003's Top 10 Trends

NOTE: Mitchell Levy has put more details about the predictions into a book called "Happy About Knowing What to Expect in 2006". Read more about the book, or buy it in pdf or paperback formats.

NOTE: The italics represent the accuracy of the predictions as of 12/31/03

#01 - The American Psychological Association Announces its Best Year Ever (Correct)

#02 - Quiet, Yet Continued Strong Growth in E-Commerce (Correct)

#03 - The Economy Waffles while Folks Look for "the Breakout Event" and to overcome the dot.bomb Malaise (Mostly Correct)

#04 - Operational Efficiency Continues to be a Key Corporate Driver (Correct)

#05 - Specialist are In, Generalists are Out (Correct)

#06 - The Software Industry has Changed Forever (Correct)

#07 - Web Services Show Demonstrated ROI (Somewhat, not really yet)

#08 - Marketing has Changed Forever (Correct)

#09 - Significant Inroads Made on Eliminating Spam (Slight at Best)

#10 - Users Will Get More of What They Want (Wishful Thinking)

Bonus Trend: Key Areas to Keep on Eye On Include: Security, Wireless, Real-time Business Intelligence, Broadband


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