Since the time it was appointed official timekeeper for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Epson garnered numerous achievements in large part due to innovative thinking – from creating the first analog quartz watch to being part of the STS-95 space shuttle mission – and we wondered how it used said innovation to drive business. So we asked.
M Squared is a light technology company that has been recognised for its approach to innovation. We caught up with the founder to find out more.
It may not look like a chair as you know it, but it’s been tested to the extreme. In fact, the LimbIC Intelligent chair has been around various Formula 1 tracks in its testing phase.
Real Business has been in Dublin as a guest of Sage, where we heard from a variety of Irish business leaders, who discussed the economic problems that are keeping them awake at night as part of the Sage Ireland Debate.
Alex Ferguson’s words “if I were running a business I’d keep the best young talent close to me” resonates particularly strongly for me in light of our recent graduate recruitment.
The UK seems to be struggling when it comes to scaling the global ladder of entrepreneurial countries, but the latest index shows we’re heading in the right direction – and that we could possibly prove next year’s forecast wrong.
Intellectual property represents up to 70 per cent of a company’s value, and spend on the creation and protection of patents, trademarks and other intangible assets is rising fast. Yet the true worth of IP remains difficult to accurately measure.
If you’re considered investing in the dating sector then you may be up for some heated competition given that the sector is experiencing phenomenal growth, and because of its unique nature it is incubating some incredibly disruptive technology.
A mission organised by Innovate UK will see British space firms visit key players in the US from 5-11 November in a bid to secure investment and win business.
The latest edition of the Brand Relevance Index has hit the web, but only two British firms are to be seen. So we took a look at how some of the higher ranking businesses achieve relevance.
When it comes to forward-thinking businesses, the UK is full of them, yet the nation can still take valuable lessons from across the pond by taking inspiration from American innovation trends.
We are now well into a large scale tech refresh, driven by the move to digital business. The change is profound enough that IDC has divided the world’s top 2,000 companies into being either a “thriver or survivor” based on whether or not the firm has digital transformation at the heart of its corporate strategy.