The Spice Report
Recently we published 6 Keys for Naming a Product, Service or Company, and after a run of great naming projects in the past few months we thought some additional insights would be helpful. Here are three obstacles to success that you should also keep in mind.
Poor Energizer Bunny. Soon, he may have to drum up a new gig. Researchers at the University of Bristol Cabot Institute in the U.K. have figured out how to safely turn nuclear waste into nuclear diamond batteries that can provide electricity for at least the next 5,730 years.
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74% of people say volunteering improves their job satisfaction. But corporate volunteering programs can be time-consuming to manage, and most companies say they could be doing it better.
In the next decade, your Uber ride might be a flight. Google is in the planning stages of an on-demand flight-sharing service that could revolutionize transportation. Again.
The company is developing vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) technology because it believes that every year, we’re wasting millions of hours on the road worldwide.
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How did one of our clients recently achieve a 60% increase in qualified trade show leads from the year before, with a less desirable location? Because they had something so novel and cool that people couldn’t help but check it out.
Almost every day, someone comes up with a new application for 3-D printing. Here’s how one company is turning layers of plastic into bundles of joy.
Polish-based In Utero 3D creates 3-D printed ultrasounds for pregnant, blind mothers, so they can “see” their baby. Even better, the company gives them a 3-D printed model of their unborn child, practically for free.
Vertical videos used to be laughable and shunned. I remember laughing at my parents when they held their phone vertically to take family videos, and now I see they were ahead of the curve. Over the last few years, smartphones have become the way for people to consume information, from news to movies. Facebook and YouTube recently updated their programs to take full advantage of the vertical screen format.