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Sorry. This is another blog about innovation. But I promise not to mention Uber, AirBnb or Zipcar.

We need the disrupters to disrupt and move the world on. But we also need the large, incumbent brands to get on with the kind of innovation that will move us speedily into...

This is the second in a series of blogs about the future of healthcare. In the first I covered the areas of Informed patients and Real-time care – two advancements in how demand and supply are changing rapidly, embracing technology to create a more seamless and efficie...

Over the last few months I’ve very much enjoyed being an associate at design company, Uscreates. Last week we joined forces to explore the future of private healthcare with a range of CEO’s, clinicians, change-makers, strategists and designers. A room filled with creat...

The future of healthcare is fascinating and moving fast. From clever ways for healthcare professionals to enhance the patient experience using real-time data, to the various platforms patients can use to access healthcare advice without leaving their living rooms – the...

This blog was originally published by The Guardian

 

The linear economy the world has been hooked on since industrialisation began – making, selling and throwing away stuff – has reached a breaking point. It's unsustainable and wrecking our planet.

 

In branding and design...

 

This blog was origially posted by Dragon Rouge

 

We’ve been building and supporting a linear economy for as long as most of us can remember, and brands have played a crucial role in making it work – they fuel the make-stuff, sell-stuff, throw-stuff-away model. And peopl...

This article was originally published by The Guardian

 

In the world of marketing we spend a lot of time thinking about what individuals want and what they care about. But no man is an island. How we behave and the decisions we make collectively are equally important to...

This article was originally published by The Guardian

 

Brand owners don't tend to look very far ahead. An eight-quarter cycle or maybe a three-year strategy is usually as far as they go.

 

Current innovation is overwhelmingly incremental, often based on consumer insights...

This article was originally published by The Guardian 

 

Over the last few months I have been immersed in the year 2030. Specifically, asking what some of today's brands might be doing, how they might

 

have evolved and how they could be successful in a sustainable future...

This blog was first posted by Sustainable Brands and Dragon Rouge

 

Supermarket shelves, the high street and online retail are burgeoning with brands making a lot of noise about one or other aspect of sustainability. Be it water conservation, reduced packaging, organic,...

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