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    Successful Partnerships Get Innovations to Market

    To position a brand as innovative, we’re always thinking ahead in order to get innovations to market

    Nottingham Spirk Spring 2014 Newsletter

    The quarterly innovation insights & analysis newsletter from Nottingham Spirk - spring 2014

    Engineering Program Director: Nick

    As Engineering Program Director, I am a Mechanical Engineer, providing traditional engineering support on small programs to very large ones.

    Design Team Project Manager: Carolyn

    Being a Design Team Project Manager allows Carolyn to step in and out of may different creative roles in the process of Vertical Innovation.

    Innovation Insights Winter 2013

    The quarterly Innovation Insights & analysis newsletter from Nottingham Spirk - winter 2013.

    Easing the Water Burden

    Much of the world still struggles with basic survival. PackH20 aims to ease the water burden with a better way to transport and store safe drinking water.

    Innovation and Risk

    Boeing’s troubles with the new 787 Dreamliner provide a reminder of innovation and risk being intertwined.

    In Innovation, Less is More

    Narrow down teams to those who own the project - less is more when it comes to innovation in a team setting.

    Warp Speed Innovation Insights Fall 2012

    After four decades and hundreds of innovation programs, we've learned there are 5 critical requirements necessary for rapid innovation.

    5 Keys to Warp Speed Innovation

    We helped CardioInsight take a breakthrough new medical device from technology to clinical trials in just 4 months.

    Behind the Scenes at Nottingham Spirk: Bringing Concepts to Life

    As anyone who has ever innovated knows, identifying a great concept is only half the battle. Testing and refinement are vital for bringing that concept to life and transforming it into a viable produ

    Nottingham Spirk Celebrates 40 Years of Innovation

    In August 1972, two award-winning graduates from the Cleveland Institute of Art decided to pool their talents and prize money and open a new design firm.

    Made In America

    There's been a lot of discussion recently about a resurgence in US manufacturing. Terms like "onshoring" and "insourcing" have been introduced to describe the return of domestic manufacturing from of