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Designing Innovation - Can Government Help?

Can government help companies innovate, or do they tend to get in the way instead? The answer is that often regulations tend to impede innovation and progress. Other key aspects of a country’s ability to innovate are the relative risk tolerance of its citizenry and whether it is culturally accepted to try and fail at something. Continue reading

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Exploring the Cardiff Innovation Network

The Cardiff University Innovation Network is a non-competitive, neutral space to solve problems and support cross-sector innovation by creating better connectivity and to support business-to-business as well as business-to-academic collaboration. Continue reading

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