Friday, June 30
En deuxième position, Maurice talonne l’Afrique du Sud en matière d’innovation en Afrique subsaharienne. Selon l’Indice mondial de l’innovation de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle (OMPI), Mauruce se situe à la 64e place mondiale.
Friday, October 04
The catering service is a way of providing food that is constantly evolving. News and innovations are necessary to adapt to consumer demand. Professionals in the sector, expanding tell us more.
Wednesday, July 24
They're still new themselves but already these innovations are seeing start-up ecosystems grow up around them.
Tuesday, July 09
Hashtags have become a prominent part of the online atmosphere and as of late, more and more social media sites have allowed for the categorizing program known as Hashtags.
Tuesday, July 09
As a startup, there's nothing better than creating a new market; you can provide products and services that address a previously unsolved problem. But there are setbacks to blazing your own trail--namely: Innovation trolls or "rent seekers" who want things to stay just the way they are.
Tuesday, May 14
True innovators get people to do new things, not just buy new stuff.
Thursday, March 07
Truly innovative small businesses and startups create a bold vision of a future that doesn't exist yet, solving problems that customers don't even know they have. But they don't pull that vision out of thin air -- many inventive companies use a strategy called design thinking.
Wednesday, February 27
Consumer Electronics Association head Gary Shapiro says small tech companies, when they're at their best, act like ninjas.
Thursday, December 27
Say it with me: How might we? This is the phrase that today’s most successful companies use when they want to tackle challenges creatively. How might we improve X ... or completely re-imagine Y... or find a new way to accomplish Z?
Monday, December 10
In a way, innovation is like sex: those talking about it most are probably doing it the least. Before founding IdeaFaktory, I’ve had the privilege (and collateral hair loss) of innovating at top Fortune 100 firms, where ‘talk’ was unavoidable.