Tag: Capture

InnoCentive Supports Habitat for Humanity in the Capture of Ideas to Improve Housing Quality and Safety in the Philippines

LONDON, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Open innovation firm InnoCentive is working with the global housing nonprofit Habitat for Humanity, to capture ideas to improve the quality of homes in low-income areas around the world.

More than 1.6 billion people lack adequate shelter, including families in homes with unsafe foundations, putting those people at risk in the event of an earthquake or typhoon. Habitat for Humanity is seeking innovative and cost-effective ways to retrofit such houses in the Philippines, strengthening the structure to withstand typhoon-force winds and high-magnitude earthquakes of up to 7.2 on the Richter scale.

The challenge – Increasing Resilience to Earthquakes and Typhoons for Homes with no Foundations – will run until Jan. 5, 2021 and contributions will be sought from InnoCentive’s global network of nearly 500,000 expert problem “solvers,” comprised of engineers, PhD students, CEOs, startups, material experts, scientists and business leaders. InnoCentive has

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5 Films From London Fashion Week That Capture The Mood Of The Pandemic

In a year that so few of us could have predicted, London Fashion Week felt far more of a reflection and documentation of the past six months than a future vision for 2021 when these clothes will land in stores.

While the spectacle of fashion week was missing this season, with most designers presenting a purely digital offering, it opened up the door for deeper storytelling. The standout productions of the season came from brands who put shared emotions at the heart, created a dialogue on our current times and explored the collective ups and downs we have been through this year. It was altogether a more human side to fashion.

Here are the designers who captured the pandemic experience best:  


Michael Halpern chose keyworkers to model his SS21 collection titled “Heroines of the Front Line”. A nurse, a train manager, a hospital cleaner, an OBGYN, a bus station

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OneSoft Solutions: Strategy In Full Force And Set To Capture Tailwinds (NASDAQ:OSS)

OneSoft Solutions (OTCQB:OSSIF) (TSX:OSS) provides cloud-based data analytics using artificial intelligence and machine learning to forecast pipeline failure for the oil and gas industry. The lead product, Cognitive Integrity Management (“CIM”), was commercially introduced in 2018 for non-piggable oil and gas pipelines. The majority of the oil and gas pipelines in the U.S. are non-piggable. OneSoft has been using data from piggable pipeline and from direct assessment of non-piggable pipeline to develop a non-piggable solution and recently announced that they are ready to introduce data analytics for non-piggable oil and gas pipeline.

In this article, I will provide a brief background and focus on how management has steered the company to disrupt the oil and gas industry, capture the tailwinds, and begun work for future expansion into lateral industries. Please refer to previous articles and information released directly by OneSoft for background details.

Source: PMHSA

The Problem

The Pipelines and

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How a Sketchbook Helped Me Capture a Million-Dollar Idea

Don’t let your creative ideas fade away. Record them, capture them and create them.

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Every entrepreneur has had some burst of creativity — the aha moment that set them on their path. But sustaining that creativity can often be the most challenging part of the process. We’re continuously bombarded with new information and demands that can cause good ideas to get lost in the rush of our everyday lives. That’s why I carry a sketchbook everywhere I go. It’s the key ingredient in a super simple practice that helps me develop new products, brands, and business strategies. No matter what industry they are in, I recommend this to other entrepreneurs as a tool to fuel their own creativity — and the best part is that drawing skills are not required.


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