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What do your Facebook Likes say about you?!

Last weekend we engaged with an entrepreneur who has built numerous apps which have generated in excess of US$ 250 million in revenues. He talked about an interesting experiment he did. He created a script that would automatically “Like” every single photo or update that any of his friends or followers added on Facebook or […]

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Startups and Wearable Tech

During our time in London we had two distinct interactions which highlighted how exciting the space of wearable technology is going to be really really soon. Moo.com, a startup in the past and now a mature company with roughly 250 employees, disrupted dinosaur industries like printing business cards, postcards and minicards. In a recent fireside chat […]

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Give us ideas for interventions for youth at risk using Technology

We recently met a prominent technology entrepreneur who has thrown us a very exciting challenge – How can technology be leveraged to make effective interventions for youth who are not in education, employment or training [NEET]. World Literacy Foundation estimates that more than 796 million people in the world cannot read and write and about 67 million children […]

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Open Innovation and Co-Creation

We met Margaret Gold, one of the founders of the Mobile Collective, on a bright sunny London morning. It was really exciting to find out first hand about the Co-creative events they have been organising in the city. Together with the Open Knowledge Foundation, they organised Science Hackday London which looked at collaborative tools for citizen science. The event brought […]

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Lets Be Brief: Design Thinking & Creative Startups

On Saturday, 22rd of March,we had an amazing opportunity to be on radio with Lets Be Brief (LBB) as part of their once a month live talkshow on NTS radio. LBB is a cultural journal and professional development platform for the creative industry. In their own words they are Inspired by the now and invested in the future […]