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Me? retire? – but I’ve got a problem…

Baby ‘gloomers’ are reaching retirement age and many think they have a problem. Often they do, but not necessarily the problem they imagined. Baby ‘gloomers’ are the younger siblings that hang off the coattails of the Baby Boomer – they lack the brash confidence of their swinging sixties elders. For them ‘Free Love’ was replaced […]

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The Elephant in the Room

At EML we look at life’s big changes – the ones that affect us all.  Often, however, these big changes are the ones that creep up unnoticed.  One of the biggest – the ‘elephant is the room’ if you pardon the expression – is the increasing global population. Life first started developing on earth around 4.5 billion […]

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All change…

EML’s expertise is in understanding the opportunities and challenges emerging from us all living longer – yet living longer is just one of a series of seismic changes that together are changing the very essence of life.  These include: – Global GDP per head increasing 10 fold in the last 100 years – Human life […]

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