Establish and support a professional, impactful innovation ecosystem in your town, city, region, or country.
Report on the performance of innovation incubators and accelerators to show results of support.
Leverage the investment made in incubation programs to increase export, employment, and regional and national awareness.
Gain key insights and action guidelines based on large-data collection and analysis of the state of incubation.
Understand your innovation landscape and its players. National and regional impact studies and incubation benchmarks provide valuable information.
Attend international conferences to meet like-minded system level organizations. Gain hands-on training for incubator and accelerator managers.
Access global best practices, models, methods and tools. Further your effectiveness through updates about innovation and business trends.
Understanding the Innovation Landscape
Innovation is a key focus for businesses looking to stay competitive. Many corporations hunt for new ways to gain an edge and have noticed that there are lots of exciting actors in their local (and even wider) innovation ecosystem.
But how does one begin to understand this far-reaching and dynamic innovation industry?
Through information. In our latest installment of our Insights Series, we discuss how companies Activate Business Intelligence asRead more
The data experts at UBI Global are deep into the analysis of all the data from the World Benchmark Study 2019 -2020 surveys, and are already excited to share a WBS1920 First Look with you. Who will be among the top programs in the world? The results won’t be available until The Night, a gala dinner event during the World Incubation Summit, but we can’t resist offering a sneak peek of the preliminary results to whet your appetite for more!
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Understanding and Boosting Brand Awareness
Many say a brand is a company’s personality and overall symbol of what it stands for. In a very intuitive article in Forbes, brand is simplified as follows:
Your “brand” is what your prospect thinks of when he or she hears your brand name. It’s everything the public thinks it knows about your name brand offering—both factual (e.g. It comes in a robin’s-egg-blue box), and emotional (e.g. It’s romantic). Your brand name exists