Camera film to Skincare: Fujifilm’s reinvention

Have you ever wondered what the connection could be between photography and skin care? It seems like a stretch, right? But what if I told you that a renowned camera and film manufacturer, Fujifilm, has successfully ventured into the world of beauty with their skin care line ASTALIFT? It all

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

Smart use of fall detection technology in aged care

Not everyone is same. Customer segmentation as a concept doesn’t go away when you age. Elders too have preferences and there is a market to service their diverse needs. Aged care homes have been experimenting with different concepts for making aged cares safe, engaging and comforting. Tigerplace is a industry

French repairability index- Right to repair

Sustainability is the #1 priority for governments and business alike. There are lot of product and service innovations which promote the concepts of circular economy – reduce, reuse, recycle. One key aspects aligned to this thinking id REPAIR. France has been leading the way through its world’s first Right to

Carma project: Toyota’s nudge for product recall

Traditionally, project recall in automobile, healthcare, food or other industry has been done as a massive public relations exercise supported by the company’s sales, distribution and service partners. The outcomes from the traditional route has not always been very encouraging. Toyota, the largest car manufacturer started to think about it

Medici family: Inspiration to HR Managers

The Medici family, also known as the House of Medici, is said to be one of the most inflinfluential group in the Renaissance era. They first attained wealth and political power in Florence in the 13th century through its success in commerce and banking. The Medici’s had the vision and

Elevating performance through elevator innovations

We all know how elevators are quintessential feature of our day to day lives. Beyond their functional use, the innovations developed by elevator industry can act as a true inspiration to many other disciplines. It is estimated that typically 40% of energy in the world is consumed by buildings and