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Innovating from the Margins

How exclusion can drive innovation

Innovation has become synonymous with big tech and big cities and big money. Companies like Google, Tesla, Amazon and Facebook, cluster around a small number of metropolises, investing billions of dollars in innovation, tales of their derring do and engineering genius weaving their way into the fabric of our popular imagination.

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