innovation

Looking to Grow Your Business? You’ve Probably Already Got the Right Person for the Job

By Paul Crowe When the first Blackberry phone was released in 2002, suddenly workers had access to emails on the go, and almost overnight, the business world was turned upside down. Five years after that, thanks to the innovative team at Apple, the first iPhone came out. Today, 81% of American adults own smartphones, and …

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The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide to Launching a New Tech Product

By Ivan Zografski The tech industry is rapidly emerging. Statista estimates the 2019 total tech spending worldwide at $3.36 billion. And although the industry is overcrowded with tons of different products, the potential is still huge. New products are emerging every day. Launching a new product can be very difficult. No matter whether you’re launching …

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The Coronavirus Crisis Is Revealing These 5 Problems With Your Business Model—Here’s How to Fix Them

By Sofiya Merenych The 2020 coronavirus crisis is now global. And it’s practically impossible to find an industry that hasn’t been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Most airlines have had to adjust their schedules or even cancel some, if not all, flights. The film and entertainment industry is in danger because of the cancellation of …

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5 Ways to Brainstorm (and Protect) a Brilliant Business Idea

When you hear the word “inventor” what comes to your mind? Images of American’s most accomplished inventors like Benjamin Franklin or Thomas Edison? Or do you think of the silly characters in movies—like Belle’s father, Maurice, in Beauty and the Beast, or Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown of the Back to The Future movie trilogy? Obviously, not …

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Is Your Business Stuck in a Rut? Ask Your Team These 3 Key Questions to Help Challenge the Status Quo

By David Pierce Despite decades of doing the same old thing, your company does not have to accept the status quo. Let me explain. As a business coach, I am working with a company in an industry that accepts as the norm leadership by brute force, annual employee turnover rates in excess of 100%, and …

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5 Ways Business Automation Can Help You Outsmart Your Competition

By Cristina Maria Competition is one of the biggest reasons businesses fail, particularly small ones. Why? There are a variety of factors, but a major influence is the fact that newer, smaller businesses simply can’t compete with larger enterprises when it comes to speed, flexibility, and accuracy—or can they? Let’s say you provide field services …

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Where Do Successful Entrepreneurs Get Their Brilliant New Ideas From?

By Eric B. Schultz We sometimes associate successful entrepreneurs with a flash of brilliance, a moment when some earthshaking product suddenly crystallizes in their minds. In the summer of 1895, for example, King Gillette found his heavy, forged razor too dull to use. He wrote: “As I stood there with the razor in my hand, …

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Universities need funding, but they also need a rethink of their role in society

There are good reasons to increase funding to higher education in Ireland, but increased rankings should not be one of them, writes Elaine Burke. “Academics all over the world should weep for the destruction of the concept of the university that has occurred in so many places, which has led to little less than the …

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Irish IoT start-up Davra receives funding from European Space Agency

Davra was one of three Irish companies awarded a share of €1.5m in co-funding from the European Space Agency. Irish IoT start-up Davra was recently awarded funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) Centre for Earth Observation. The Dublin-based company secured 50pc co-funding for a €570,000 project to develop an integrated satellite and distributed ground …

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Fionnan Alt, Head of Data Science & Analytics at CurrencyFair

Welcome to episode 40 of AI in Action, the podcast that breaks down the hype and explores the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are making on our everyday lives. Powered by Alldus International, our goal is to share with you the insights of technologists and data science enthusiasts to showcase the excellent …

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This Is the Free Jumpsuit You’ll Get With a $250,000 Ticket to Space

Mr. Branson, who founded Virgin Galactic in 2004, had originally expected the company to start flying years ago. But progress was slow, and in 2014, the first of its space planes disintegrated during a test flight, killing a pilot. After making design changes in the second space plane, Virgin has completed other test flights successfully, …

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Vaping and e-cigarettes: What the research says

An increasing number of countries are banning e-cigarettes. Queen’s University Belfast’s Prof Lorraine Martin and Dr James Reihill explain why. The White House recently announced plans to ban flavoured e-cigarettes – except for tobacco-flavoured products – because of a rise in the number of middle and high-school students using these products. A few days later, …

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