Does innovation really pay off?

It is nearly impossible to find a causal relationship between innovation activity and financial or marker performance. The key is not to come up with more ideas – rather to launch products and services that people are willing to pay money for because they think...
The Disruptor’s Handbook Innovation Pulse Survey

The Disruptor’s Handbook Innovation Pulse Survey

Take part in the Innovation Pulse Survey today.   Innovation isn’t a project. It’s not something that is ever finished. And for every challenge you solve with one innovation, other issues and challenges will arise. That’s normal and to be expected,...
Innovation in Singapore

Innovation in Singapore

Over the next couple of weeks, we are visiting Singapore to talk innovation with enterprise, and to help the teams we first met at Asia’s first ever sextech hackathon. Singapore is exciting, and not just because it’s currently ranked the third most...
Hackathons – Where FinTech and Social Impact Meet

Hackathons – Where FinTech and Social Impact Meet

For the last six months or so, Disruptor’s Handbook have been sponsoring and supporting a series of social impact hackathons hosted by youth entrepreneurship organisation, Vibewire. Over this time, the participants and challenges have transformed. Where once the...

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