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

Assured Allies: Insuretech for aged

Mary is a 70-year-old retiree who has been living alone since her husband passed away. She has been worried about financing her aged life and has been considering moving to a nursing home. However, she is not comfortable with the idea of leaving her home, which holds many memories. Mary

Pedaling through Life: Cycling for Smart Aging

In a silent village nestled amidst Norway’s picturesque landscapes, a heartwarming tale unfolded that would change the lives of many. At the heart of this narrative was Slyvia , 90+ year old, whose eyes still sparkled with an infectious zest for life. Despite her age, Slyvia’s mobility had gradually declined,

Repair-as-a-learning service:Team Repair

Fixing broken things is not for everyone. But if you are young, it is one of the better pathways to learn concepts and gain hands-on experience. That’s the belief of Team Repair team who have established a interesting business model around it. Team Repair through its innovative repai-as-a-service to learn,

Simple but effective- Story of ORS

When Cholera and Diarrhoea where main killers earlier in the century, Intravenous (IV) fluids administered with apparatus with support from Doctor was considered to be more effective and efficient. The simplicity of solution and the way to administer Oral Rehydration Solution pioneered by Dilip Mahalanabis was challenged and never accepted,

Japan’s Future Lab creates IKEA like experience in agedcare

Customers who have bought from IKEA , will be familiar with the way the IKEA stores sell through a living experience than selling product features. A ideal living room is presented with different configuration of products providing ideas for customers to choose their products of choice. Japan’s Future Care Lab

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

Japan Post’s Mimamori service to elderly

As the global population of elderly (65+) increases, the challenges to keep them safe, healthy, engaged and contented is an area of focus for several countries. Japan has one of the highest percentage of elderly people and the rate seems to be increasing every year. Japan has introduced several innovative

Integrating wellness at the point of work

Bundling complementary services has always been a strategy adopted by different business to increase their positioning with new customer segments. Mobile phone with accessory is a classic example. This established strategy becomes innovative when organizations find interesting propositions to up-sell and cross- sell services along with partner products. Large Australian