More than 30,000 people have taken part in the first of a series of online events organised by Next Big Futures, which aims to help people understand why Jesus shoes are the future of shoes.
The online event, held on Tuesday, features more than 40 speakers from the footwear industry, including former Nike chief executive John Bryant, to highlight the importance of the shoes industry to the global footwear industry.
The world has been obsessed with how much of a shoe you can get. “
They are very lightweight, they are very flexible, they’re very comfortable.”
The world has been obsessed with how much of a shoe you can get.
“If we want to move forward, the shoe industry needs to be part of that.”
It’s the best thing we’ve ever created.
“Bryants keynote speech, titled Jesus Shoes: A Future For Humanity, will take place at 8pm at the National Business Museum in Canberra.
He said that the future for footwear was “very bright” and that the technology that would make these shoes could transform the world in a number of ways.”
There’s an opportunity here to create a world where the way you get from place to place is not by walking and then having to take a taxi, but walking, walking, and then getting a bus to where you want to go,” he said.
Mr Bryant said there were many things people were missing in the shoes market, including quality control and sustainability.”
That’s the challenge with Jesus shoes,” he added.”
We’ve got a very clear, very clear pathway to the future.
“What I’m excited about is what happens if we take a very serious approach to the supply chain and how we manage the supply chains.”
If you can create the conditions where people are not going to have to be in a landfill, they will be able to walk to where they want to, they can be in an area that’s really nice for walking, they won’t have to worry about being at a landfill.
“They won’t need to be on a treadmill.”
These are the things that we’ve got to do to make it work.
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