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Cult Signs Award Winning Author Lucy Greene to Launch Cult Futures Initiative

by Caroline Westgate

May 19, 2020

Top futurist the first to be signed to drive thought leadership content

Cult, one of the world’s fastest growing independent creative agencies, is thrilled to confirm

an exclusive collaboration with Lucie Greene, the award-winning forecaster, author, and consultant. In the first exclusive deal of its kind, Lucie, who has spent over a decade consulting for the world’s most influential Fortune 500 brands, will apply her cutting-edge forecasting to create a series of powerful thought pieces for the agency across multiple traditional and emerging formats. Lucie, Cult’s second biggest investment in their strategic department in as many months, will work closely with their CSO and co-founder Bridey Lipscombe, and new Head of Strategy Charlotte Bunyan. She will also collaborate closely with the wider team and work from Cult’s New York office one day a week.

Cult is a fiercely independent creative agency that believes in embracing the unknown. They are proud to only work with people that are willing to break new ground, Lucie was profiled as a leading global futurist in the 2019 edition of The Trend Forecaster’s Handbook, the definitive volume written by Future Laboratory founder Martin Raymond. Her debut book Silicon States: The Power and Politics of Big Tech and What it Means For Our Future, won the 2018 800-CEO-READ Business Book of the Year in Current Events and Public Affairs award.

In 2012 Bridey Lipscombe and Cat Turner independently founded the creative agency Cult, with the intent to deliver strategically led creative social campaigns for brands specialising in beauty, fashion and luxury. Cult Futures, the agency arm that leverages proprietary data to develop their own IP, is Bridey’s brainchild. In 2020, under her charge, Cult Futures will nurture products, insight and emerging talent on-site in their studios in London and NYC. Lucie’s first Cult Futures instalment will drop in March 2020.

“Cult Futures shall manifest ‘embracing the unknown’ through a series of high-profile collaborations and partnerships. A key strand of this activity will be our partnership with Lucie to develop stand-out thought leading content that resonates with 21st Century marketers and business leaders. We shall be shining a light into the chaotic and shape-shifting world of our creative and media landscape.” Bridey Lipscombe, CSO, Co-Founder Cult

"There's something really exciting about the idea of connecting original forecasting research and insight, directly into creative development and innovation. From the moment I met Cat and Bridey, I was inspired by their bravery in pushing boundaries of what they do - and using a pioneering initiative to explore what's next in creative media." Lucie Greene

Cat and Bridey have just celebrated seven years of the agency, during which time their ideas and insight have created numerous award-winning campaigns for American Eagle, Rimmel, Sally Hansen, Agent Provocateur, Pepsi-Lipton International and Marc Jacobs. Cult launched a New York studio in 2018, a global production house in 2019, and now have over 40 staff and an annual turnover of $6.8m (£5.5m). Next year the agency has eyes on a further studio in LA and is looking to expand their New York office following a series of West Coast new business wins.