Innovation News from Around the Web
- The PianoArc: An “Edison Story”
By Mindy Manes
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett???
“Collective Transformation” was my first thought as I listened to NPR’s feature about the two singers’ unlikely alliance that generated their newly-released (and wonderful) Cheek-to-Cheek album. You may recall that my last blog was about Collective Transformation—the innovative alchemy that occurs when two “unlikely ...
- Edison Awards Nominee Voiceitt Wants To Give A Voice To Those With Heavy Speech Impediments
Edison Awards nominee Voiceitt is working to make a change in the lives of the 7.5 million people in the United States who struggle to communicate clearly due to speech impediments. Their new app, Talkitt, will help users by developing a unique dictionary based on individual speech patterns. MORE
- 2015 Edison Award Finalists Announced
The Edison Awards is pleased to announce the nominees whose innovative new products and services have achieved Finalist status in the 2015 Edison Awards competition.
These nominees, as judged by a panel of more than 3,000 professionals from the fields of product development, design, engineering, science, marketing and education, represent ...
- Wikipearls: Bite-sized foods wrapped in edible packaging
Edison Awards nominee WikiFoods has solved the packaged foods (and portion control) dilemma with the introduction of WikiPearl. WikiPearls are little pieces of food encased in a special “skin” that is both biodegradable and edible. MORE
- Inside Edison Award nominee PepsiCo’s 2015 Super Bowl Ad Game With CMO Simon Lowden
Ahead of Super Bowl XLIX Jennifer Rooney, CMO Network Editor at Forbes, sat down with Simon Lowden, CMO of Edison Awards nominee PepsiCo, to discuss marketing strategy leading up to and through the big game. This will mark the third year in a row that Pepsi is sponsoring the halftime show ...