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Hungry for innovation, inspiration, renewal or a better direction?


Sparks

Growth is built on realising opportunities, while innovation fuels the massive engines that drive economies !

Everyone has some level of hunger for innovation that can drive their own quest to evolve, adventure, solve or just to keep up with a constantly changing world. Businesses, industries and countries have made this hunger an art, by observing the structures that induce interest or inspire involvement. Each form of hunger can feed on each other from the quest for knowledge, wealth, necessity and growth to fulfilment in every form. This is evident in many places like the worlds Mega cities (e.g.NY), China's cities with an average age of 30, to technology hubs where businesses are built and can thrive on each other.
Seeking an advantage, opportunity, inspiration or the cutting edge is not enough, as those that really hunger for it don’t hold back to achieve it. Just to consider bigger challenges opens our minds to new possibilities, where the inconceivable is nurtured and defined. This contrast becomes evident by the imposed limitations from those trying to conceive broader opportunities without the mentorship or support from key skillsets or a wider network that can fill the gaps of knowledge and reduce potential risks.
The appeal to join the fast growing markets or to bring the best the world has to offer to each market must be incredible. This is to venture and take the next step to seize higher potential opportunities, like new leaps in social media, technologies that can reshape the world, to simple solutions that can fill the voids in many societies. To realise this potential takes a little more than a few champions trying to pioneer an idea. Obviously, there is a massive waste of missed opportunities, untapped potentials, waiting to be realised, e.g. Patents without a destiny, problems without solutions, challenges without a champion or just resources not meeting their potential. In the quest to evolve with innovation, some hurdles need to be mastered and overcome in the complexity of an ever changing landscape that only builds in momentum.
These could include:

  • Desperately seeking a solution against all odds.
  • Overcoming limitations – Strategies for every challenge
  • The best business cases (better ROI)
  • Gaining momentum
  • Beyond today's conventional system lie more opportunities to evolve.

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