Top ‘innovationeerings in 2016

 Top ‘innovationeerings in 2016

 Five approaches in which identifying big issues is the carrot that leads the innovation process Focusing on major issues rather than relying on people with good ideas is likely to be a good source for the 6% of businesses with hi-growth potential (- and Unicorns) March 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-dU

 Support for startups and scaleups: the latest Six developments all designed to enhance interactions among and between the entrepreneurs in Accelerator programmes, their mentor community, VCs and relevant corporates. October 2016. http://wp.me/p3bejt-gJ

A Growth Builder programme for hi-growth ventures At last programmes are being initiated, based on the elements of the Accelerator but provided on a periodic basis, that fill a gap in aiming to help hi-growth businesses to grow faster. March 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-dK

 Support programmes for young ventures in incubators New support programmes for scaleups are of a design that could easily be replicated in incubators and their ilk, and could help generate big steps in growth. October 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-gB

 A revolutionised Accelerator Lab Helping corporates to work with innovative young companies to introduce innovations in the fast-changing retail field. July 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-fF

 A lab head and product developer She encouraged her students to tackle issues that could have commercial appeal as much as scientific value, and helped them to realise their commercial capabilities as well as produce great science. (Science 12 June 2015) Feb 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-dw

 Science has too few ‘hustlers’ Why do we have so few entrepreneurs to help bring the products of our scientific expertise into widespread use? Do places like Harwell and Daresbury do enough to identify and encourage hustlers like some of those about whom I have written. December 2016. http://wp.me/p3beJt-i1

John Whatmore, December 2016

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