Futurist, Business Strategist, Entrepreneur and businessman
Anton is a Senior Partner in Futureworld International, having joined the global Futureworld network in 1991.
A futurist, business strategist, public speaker, businessman and entrepreneur, Anton engages with clients across industries and around the world. He has gained step-change business experience in a varied and successful professional, entrepreneurial and business career. Anton delivers insightful value to global clients, across many industries and market sectors. Most recently he served as Managing Director of core divisions of Citadel Private Client Wealth Management. He has also served as Managing Partner of a large legal practice and Managing Director of a major property management business. He has served as President of a national property owners association, representing property interests worth $60 billion. Anton currently also serves as advisor to several businesses and families, and serves on the Board of Governors of an educational institution.
Anton passionately advises businesses on strategic thinking and future innovative growth imperatives to drive sustainable growth and long term relevance in a changing world. He has an insightful understanding of a wide range of industries, from services, the professions, property, law, financial services, resources, FMCG, logistics and energy.
Anton is an inspiring, spirited communicator and an acclaimed speaker and facilitator at corporate events and strategic initiatives. He has lectured at the University of Cape Town Business School and The Gordon Institute of Business Science. He lectures regularly for WITS Business School, Duke CE of the USA, Oxford University Business School, London Business School and the India School of Business in Hyderabad.
Anton’s personal interests include scuba diving and underwater photography, wildlife, yachting, golf and international travel.
"Anton is an inspiring, spirited communicator and an acclaimed speaker and facilitator at corporate events and strategic initiatives."