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In The Innovation Machine. More on Medium.

A simple, yet powerful model for capturing and sharing business ideas — the ‘Idea form’.

An attempt to draft an idea on paper
An attempt to draft an idea on paper
Image by fancycrave1 from Pixabay


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The level of ‘context understanding’ could be objectively determined via a secure, randomized digital micro-questionnaire to be answered by the citizen as part of the (online) voting process.


Five social concepts that could evolve in successful startups!

1. A Social Music Discovery service

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Product development is of critical importance for technology startups: given the limited budget typically available to early-stage startups, making the right product development decisions can make the difference between success and failure.

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Product-related startup risks


Mobile devices automatically enter silent mode when users join special social arrangements (a concert, a lecture etc.)

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A social ‘do not disturb’ mode for mobile devices

What if there was a way for the audience to seamlessly self-organize?


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A user scanning a banknote to discover its hidden stories

Either part of regular or special transactions, banknotes are involved into interesting stories; imagine if you could discover the stories behind a banknote or even attach your own!


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This post summarizes the story of plantobuy.com


What if there was a specialized collaboration platform for unemployed people … a business ecosystem to inspire them to ‘unleash their creative power’ ?

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Are you using technology terms properly? This is a practical guide to help you define a ‘prototype’, versus a ‘proof of concept’ and a ‘minimum viable product’. Read on to avoid costly misunderstandings.

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Proof of concept — PoC

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