Lego’s Innovative Collaborations to Empower Children in the Digital Age

Empowering the Next Generation of Digital Citizens As a mother of two young children, Emma had always been cautious about her kids’ digital experiences. She wanted them to enjoy the benefits of technology while also developing the skills to navigate the online world safely and responsibly. That’s why Emma was

Copenhagen harbor bath’s trend setting innovation splash

Once upon a time in the heart of Copenhagen, where the echoes of an industrial past lingered, a visionary team embarked on a quest to transform a forgotten harbor into a pulsating hub of life and laughter. It wasn’t just about reshaping concrete and steel; it was a journey fueled

Zespri – Ruling the Kiwi Fruit Ecosystem with Quality and Innovation

Maria was a determined immigrant who arrived in New Zealand with dreams of a better life. Amidst the lush landscapes and unfamiliar terrain, Maria found solace in something unexpected – Kiwi fruit. Her journey into the heart of the Kiwi culture ignited a passion that would soon intertwine with the

Kombucha enters to create and dominate a new category in drinks

In the sun-soaked land of Australia, where innovation thrives like eucalyptus trees, a quiet revolution was brewing – quite literally. Kombucha, a fermented tea with ancient roots, was undergoing a transformation that would redefine the beverage landscape. At the forefront of this change was Remedy Foods, a pioneering Australian company

Gut health meets professional sports

In the heart of the competitive sports arena, where victory and defeat are separated by a hair’s breadth, an unexpected ally emerged: Fitbiomics. But before this disruptor could make its mark, there was Sarah Mitchell, a tenacious marathon runner with a fire in her eyes and a dream in her

Smart partnership for cancer diagnosis

Cancer is tough on individuals and families. While there is physical and mental side to battle out another dimensions which adds to the burden is the cost of diagnosis and treatment. But what if there was a way to detect cancer early, when it is most treatable, and reduce the

Sweden’s sustainability meal model for schools

Sweden has long been known for its innovative approaches to social issues, and its latest initiative to combat hunger and malnutrition is no exception. The Swedish National Food Agency has developed a groundbreaking meal model that aims to provide nutritious and sustainable meals to vulnerable communities across the country. The

Greencare Homes for semi-urban and rural population

With great advances in technology comes the great gift of living longer. The other side of this equation is the challenge of caring for the ageing population. Aged care models has different types of care from self-managed care to caring for people with chronic illness. Netherlands has been in the

Online marketplace for better catchment management

We all know that online platforms and marketplace has changed the way we live today. With the likes of Amazon’s, Airbnb’s and Uber, the digital marketplace is a new efficient way to disrupt the status quo and create a vibrant marketplace for innovation. But can this marketplace be leveraged to

Brokering win-win deal with customers for saving power

Does influencing customer behavior and making them happy always come at a cost ? What if there is a solution that will improve customers experience, save the businesses some money and help better the environment ? If you are thinking it’s too good to be true , then read on..