Solving a business problem starts by defining it clearly (source: Unsplash)

In the ever-changing business landscape of today, teams are constantly coming across problems that they must solve in order to keep the company competitive and have a good financial result. In the wake of innovation by tech startups across various industry verticals, companies are now also faced with additional challenges in terms of technology and product innovation. On top of it all, traditional brands are under more scrutiny for sustainability practices and are facing more regulation and pressure for transparency in terms of how they do business and its impact on the environment from a range of stakeholders such as…


A world of renewable energies or…?

It’s 2050. The world’s global temperature has seen a drastic increase over the past decades causing an insurmountable amount of problems for its inhabitants, including rising water levels, ocean acidity and decreasing agricultural yield. Planet Earth now knows over 10+ billion people which has a severe strain on our food supply lines, resulting in an over demand for nutrition. Moreover, with the rise of even more advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence Nodes and full-scale robots, most companies have been ale to drastically reduce their need for traditional hired personnel. Many roles have also become obsolete as a result. In…


A look into technology and the road ahead…

So many directions to take…

Where is it all going? In a recent Ted talk, Per Espen Stoknes talks about why people don’t seem to be too engaged about climate change. Be it that it tends to sound like an apocalyptic topic to some, we have seen many innovations in recent years but are still struggling with major global issues. Around the world you can see news on wars, epidemics, global warming, pollution etc. Some may say that with each step forward we take, we seem to take two steps backwards. …


A meaningful question?

Our seemingly global economy is teeming with entrepreneurship in all corners imaginable. Young entrepreneurs are on the quest to solve all sorts of problems, ranging from pollution control to energy production and food expiration. The dynamics today also range across various areas such as 3D Printing, big data and the almighty sharing economy.

But how important are startups to our societies really? The answer may be obvious! Startups are able to use their flexibility to spur innovations one cannot even come to conceive. It is this type of innovation that has brought us the industrial age followed by our modern…

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