Creative industries

Brands need to keep up with new thinking about human behaviour

David Hall, Founder and Executive Director of Behaviour Change, argues we’ve moved beyond the time where every new initiative had to be a brand.

A brief biography of brands

Anna Simpson asks how brands emerged, what value they have brought, and where they might be going. 

MIT Architect proposes the use of 4D printing to create smart reactive materials

MIT architect Skylar Tibbits has been experimenting with 4D printing and envisaging its use in the built environment.

Don’t call me ‘Millennial’

Today’s language won’t speak to the next generation, say Harriet Kingaby and Jen Katan. 

Collectively

A global platform scaling up innovations and inspiring a generational shift to a new normal

Collectively!

It’s a big day today.  The new platform, collectively.org, goes live!

3D printing at your fingertips

New innovations are evolving from the 3D printing landscape.

Can the Events Management sector help scale sustainable solutions?

More Events Management students are learning to ask what sustainability can do for their practice. The next question is what Events Management can do for sustainability, argues Sandro Carnicelli, Lecturer in Events Management at the Business School, University of the West of Scotland, which won the 2014 National Union of Students Green Impact Award.

Coca-Cola Enterprises reveals Recycling Challenge finalists

Apps, social movements and customisable bins are among the eight short-listed ideas from CCE and OpenIDEO.com’s 13-week challenge, which aims to increase recycling rates at home.

The future is curation, says Sally Uren

We now have an unprecedented capacity to bring people together and enable them to act – but we need skilled curators to help them see the big picture, says the CEO of Forum for the Future.

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