Keeping Innovation Alive | Virtual Events

    Biomimicry: The Future of Innovation

    The Greater Cleveland area has become a global leader in the practice of biomimicry. Read how Nottingham Spirk learns from nature to accelerate innovation.

    TEDxAsburyPark Preview with John Nottingham on “Getting to Wow”

    Listen to John Nottingham’s interview on the podcast “Expert Open” with TEDx AsburyPark founder, Brian Smiga, in advance of his TEDxAsburyPark Talk.

    For true disruption, be “Gritty” in your approach

    Here's what Philiadelphia Flyer's mascot Gritty can teach everyone about ideating and launching disruptive products. Learn more.

    CES 2018: A Viewpoint from NS

    Bill Nottingham made his annual visit to CES 2018, the Consumer Electronics Show. Here's his view of emerging technologies and consumer gadgets.

    Disrupt Markets, Enhance Lives

    This article, first published in i3 Magazine, explores how disruptive technology that changes everything enhances lives, giving us everything we love.

    Let's Change the World

    In this Smart Business article, learn about some innovation strategies that resulted in some of Nottingham Spirk's "world's first innovations."

    Connected Mobility: CES 2017 was filled with moving experiences

    After attending CES 2017, our takeaway was the theme of "Connected Mobility" and the relationship between people and devices, and devices and other devices.

    Disrupt yourself before someone else does

    Chief Executive Magazine reached out to Nottingham Spirk and client-partner Matco Tools for input about how to 'disrupt yourself' for growth.

    Taming the Unruly Reciprocating Saw

    Nottingham Spirk tames the unruly reciprocating saw - faster, oil impregnated double blades dramatically reduce kickback and create smooth entry cuts.

    Sales Growth Driven by Innovation

    Scotts credits their new Snap fertilizer system – developed by Nottingham Spirk – with helping to drive a 14% increase in consumer spreader purchases plus higher than anticipated fertilizer purchases.