On innovation: can big business innovate like a startup? Free webcast 27 Feb 2018 09:30 UTC
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Innovation: the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. (Maranville, S (1992).)
Big companies who want to innovate often have the budget to make ideas happen. But how can you repeatedly have those innovated ideas in the first place?
Live from London on 27 February UTC 09:30-10:15. Meet one-person startup and award winning designer, Sarah Giblin, who talks to LanciaConsult about which simple principles of startup innovation are being missed by the world's largest companies.
"Who am I? I’m a one-person startup who had a very simple idea. I took the humble backpack - the one so many of us use - and made it secure. No locks. No tech. I just turned it around.
It’s called the RiutBag: www.riut.co.uk
This data secure backpack is backwards, yet it’s the way forwards for the world’s city travellers, consultants and commuters who can now truly adapt to the realities of city life.
Why does it exist? I sketched it out, left my job, used my savings to prototype and crowdfunded the first two productions. Now, there are thousands of RiutBag users across the world’s cities and a new market for the design."
From micro to macro
Startups take inspiration from the world’s biggest companies on many aspects of their work. So now, we turn things on their head. We invite the world’s biggest companies to see what they can learn from the world’s smallest, where the budgets are low, the resources are few and yet the ideas just keep coming.
Join us for our free webcast and find out whether your large company innovate like a one-person company. Pick up key principles that get your company’s innovation flowing, no matter how big it is.
Presented by LanciaConsult