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Evonik to Invest €4 Billion in Innovation

Evonik to Invest €4 Billion in Innovation

By • on March 28, 2015

The CosmeticsDesign website reported that speciality chemicals company Evonik plans to invest over €4 billion over the next decade, focusing on innovation that will lead to developments in its cosmetics product portfolio among others. The investment is to focus on innovation in key areas to provide greater focus, international expansion, open innovation,

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Praise the Board, and Pass the Innovation

Praise the Board, and Pass the Innovation

By • on March 23, 2015

The Machine Design website noted that there is something grossly deficient in the closed and inflexible way large companies design and develop products.

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Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2015

Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2015

By • on March 26, 2015

The PRACE website announced that the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference will be held  from July 6 to September 6 in Espoo, Finland. The conference will discuss

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Delivering Innovation Through Service

The RealWire website reported that creating everything as a service (XaaS) and delivering innovation is set to be the major driver of IT development this year as XaaS becomes the preferred consumption

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Why You Should Share Your Company’s Secrets

The Content Standard website noted that the tech world is famous for open-sourcing code and sharing ideas not just within businesses, but across them. Although there’s been encouraging news about open

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What is Impeding Open Innovation?

The Innovation Excellence website noted that large companies are using Open Innovation to find agile partners who will help them to grow by co-developing innovative new products. Small companies are using

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Translating Open Science to Innovation

The Science | Business website noted that while an open philosophy of science has advanced impressively in the past two decades, one cannot yet claim that it has led to a similar increase in innovation.

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