Category: Presentations

Open Innovation: Only Two Things to Remember

To increase the efficiency of your innovation process the way to go is to implement the concept of open innovation. We present the two most important open innovation principles. Continue reading

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Hot Off The Crowd

FABERNOVEL is digging the gold out of the crowdfunding mine. Read on to find out more about the latest technological gems and trends that are emerging on our favorite crowdfunding platforms. Continue reading

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Innovation & Designing for Impact

What do we mean by innovation? Why do companies struggle so much with innovation? This presentation explains.. Continue reading

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The 21 Coolest Internet Of Things Gadgets

This presentation introduces the 21 coolest internet of things gadgets – connected smart devices you would want to own. Continue reading

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PSFK brings you the Future of Wearable Tech report in collaboration with iQ by intel identifies 10 trends and three major themes that point to the evolving form and function of wearable devices and their influence on the way we live, work and socialize. In our Connected Intimacy theme, we explore how wearables are revolutionizing the way we communicate information about ourselves and maintain relationships over any distance. Continue reading

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Rise-of-Tech-Innovation

We came across this infographic that high highlights the rise of tech innovation, including one person’s perspective on what the top five innovative & disruptive technologies area and who four of the most innovative companies are… Continue reading

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slideshare wide0.co by George Jones

In this infographic, created by George Jones at wide0.co, we see six scenarios for wearable tech devices. Will these wearable devices soon be a common staple in the classroom? Continue reading

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