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03 December 2014
Birgitte Andersen’s reaction to the autumn statement
02 October 2014
Will Hutton and Birgitte Andersen
11 August 2014
Big Innovation Centre enters a new phase as an independent company
29 July 2014
Following last week's blog on the increasing prominence of horizontal business models, David Wong explores what now for verticals.
14 July 2014
What do the alarm clock, the calculator, the satnav, the compact digital camera, the mp3 player, the pocket map and the notepad have in common? David Wong explores horizontal business models.
10 March 2014
With the launch of our Innovator's Column in the Guardian, David explains the criteria we will use to find the most innovative companies.
Andrew Grant, Satalia
12 February 2014
After attending our roundtable discussion on entrepreneurial finance, Andrew explores how we can get more startups funded.
07 February 2014
Prateek looks at the details behind Bombardier securing the Crossrail contract this week, and why similar deals in the past failed.
Lucy Montgommery & Frances Pinter
04 February 2014
In the second part of their blog, Lucy and Frances look at whether data innovation has a similar role to play in open access for scholarly books.
Lucy Montgomery & Frances Pinter, Knowledge Unlatched
23 January 2014
Lucy looks at the impact the open data and data innovation movements are having on open access.
18 December 2013
What is the difference between reinvention and tweaking a business model? David explores the question, as the two are often confused.
12 November 2013
David sees what comparisons can be made between the legendary football manager, and the ways companies innovate and adapt.
Lucy Montgomery, Knowledge Unlatched
22 October 2013
Lucy works for Knowledge Unlatched, a start-up committed to making academic books open access. In this blog, she describes their latest project: the Pilot Collection
Muthu de Silva
15 October 2013
Muthu reacts to the publication of the Witty Review, an investigation into how universities could be further involved in economic growth.
Darren Hart, Santander UK
11 October 2013
Following our Financing our Future event, Darren reflects on the potential of mezzanine finance and the work Santander is doing to secure the future of innovative firms.