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Igniting Innovation

By • on July 18, 2019

The Innovation Insights site noted that the Health Food Matters program places a strong emphasis on open innovation when launching its range of offerings, often working closely with partners to identify unmet needs. Over the years of operating nursing homes, researchers came across some good advancements in food technology in Singapore and other parts

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Break Up Your Innovation Program, If You Want It To Survive

Break Up Your Innovation Program, If You Want It To Survive

By • on July 16, 2019

Forbes magazine noted that when A.G. Lafley, CEO and Chairman of Proctor and Gamble, introduced P&Gs open innovation Connect+Develop program, he said: “Connecting with the world’s most inspired minds. Developing products that improve consumers’ lives.  Our vision is simple. We

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Brokering Success: CCRS

Brokering Success: CCRS

By • on July 5, 2019

The Insurance Age website posted an article on CCRS, a leading independent insurance broker. CCRS managing director Neil Campbell said that the company started in September 2008 and the business has evolved a lot over 10 years. They did a knowledge transfer partnership with Glasgow University’s Adam

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Nestle and Tsinghua X-lab Launch Joint Innovation Challenge

Nestle and Tsinghua X-lab Launch Joint Innovation Challenge

By • on July 1, 2019

The Yahoo Finance website reported that Nestle Research and Development (R&D) China has announced an open innovation challenge in collaboration with Tsinghua X-lab based in Beijing, China. The challenge is expected to drive impact by leveraging China’s extensive capacity for innovation, while

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Using Open Innovation and Big Data to Fight Antimicrobial Resistance

Using Open Innovation and Big Data to Fight Antimicrobial Resistance

By • on June 25, 2019

The Gov UK website reported that Public Health England has been awarded £5.1 million by the Department of Health and Social Care to create the most advanced dataset globally on antimicrobial resistance. These funds will enable the creation of an virtual ‘open access’ center, which will gather real-time

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P&G: Corporate Innovation Needs an Outside Perspective

P&G: Corporate Innovation Needs an Outside Perspective

By • on June 11, 2019

The Next Web website reported that Procter & Gamble built a program around open innovation that actually highlighted the company’s pain points and/or untapped opportunities in order to leverage outside talent and innovation to solve for them. If P&G is looking to innovate in the oral care space,

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NYC Launches Air Quality Challenge

NYC Launches Air Quality Challenge

By • on June 10, 2019

The Smart Cities World website reported that New York City (NYC) has announced a open innovation challenge for individuals and organisations to come up with innovative ideas and technologies to tackle the negative impacts of urban air pollution and the urban heat island effect. “This open innovation

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Hyundai Expands Its Global Base for Open Innovation

Hyundai Expands Its Global Base for Open Innovation

By • on June 7, 2019

The Yahoo Finance website reported that Hyundai is launching  an open innovation center named M. Cube in Shenzhen, China, a mecca for Chinese start-ups. The open innovation center aims to discover and invest in global start-ups that have new, future-car technologies. M. Cube will be tasked with discovering

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Open Innovation in the Luxury Field

Open Innovation in the Luxury Field

By • on June 6, 2019

The Luxury Institute website noted that only a small minority of brands applies open innovation across the luxury landscape. Frequently, luxury goods and services brands are insular and isolated from the best available external talent. They behave like command-and-control fortresses, protecting themselves

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Understanding the Effects of Social Capital on Social Innovation Ecosystems in Latin America

Understanding the Effects of Social Capital on Social Innovation Ecosystems in Latin America

By • on May 31, 2019

The International Review of Sociology published a study based on the analysis of two pioneering experiences tackling poverty in Latin America: Socialab (from Chile) and Compartamos con Colombia (from Colombia). Both cases are social innovation hubs that promote open innovation processes. Socialab practices

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