Reboot's 2022 Annual Report

Our 2022 Annual Review covers an extraordinary year at Reboot, as it was for the rest of the world. COVID restrictions eased as limits on events, travel and social contact began to disperse. The experience of lockdown now feels much like a pervasive hangover.

Like many other organisations, Reboot has found this brave new world to be uncharted territory. 

2022 saw the delivery of multiple projects, programmes and campaigns, with ‘We Are Antarctica’ at its heart. Reboot’s message has travelled far and wide, from the Future Food Institute in Polica to the Edible Planet Summit in Perugia; from B for Good in Rome to COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh ; our Franklin Institute Masterclass in Lugano to Antarctica herself. And of course online, where our new brand identity and website presence have helped to realign both our education platform Global Dimension and Reboot the Future ever-closer.

The enthusiasm of Reboot’s partners, supporters, board and audiences have all been integral to this success. Thank you to all who have been a part of this support. I am grateful to all our Imaginals, and most especially our dedicated Reboot colleagues, who continue to drive our mission with the right blend of optimism and pragmatism.

At the time that this Annual Review is published, it will have been almost three years since I joined Reboot on the first day of lockdown. Reboot the Future had always seemed to be a pretty good name: now, more than ever it serves to capture the gestalt.

Anthony Bennett, CEO at Reboot the Future

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