The New Architecture Of Tech Innovation Looks Very Much Like This

The last year has accelerated the tech innovation cycle unlike anything before it. Over the past eight months, as professionals across the globe transitioned into working from home, technologists and creators capitalized on the extra time to develop new ideas and launch new partnerships, investments and cross-collaborations.  While the last decade was defined by social […]


These 8 Heartland Cities Are Essential to the Future of American Innovation

December 10, 2020 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. For many years, much of American innovation — particularly tech innovation — was concentrated on the coasts. Just five metropolitan areas (Boston, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and San Jose) accounted for 90% of all U.S. high-tech job growth between 2005 to 2017. Those […]


How Innovation is Changing Marketing; Interview With Marketing Expert John Bertino

December 15, 2020 5 min read This story originally appeared on ValueWalk Business is ever-changing, and so are the marketing strategies that drive business growth and success. Change is certainly inevitable. The COVID-19 pandemic made this very apparent with many brick and mortar businesses left with no choice but to digitize operations. And this is where innovation […]


How Higher Education is a Primary Source of Innovation for Today’s Startups

July 28, 2020 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Although universities have always had a research function, they have increasingly become the primary source of innovation for many of today’s startups and organizations. Disproving the old cliché about delivering theory over practical solutions, today’s universities attract entrepreneurs who are working […]


An MIT For The North Of England? – Sheffield University’s Blueprint For Innovation

Steve Foxley is in charge of Sheffield University’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Center Marie Caley – Mazcaley81@gmail.com – 07812 895273 on behalf of AMRC John Yates – j.yates@amrc.co.uk It may be something that has been temporarily forgotten due to more pressing matters, but when the U.K. eventually returns to something approaching normality, the success of Prime […]