Hypothesis-driven development – the process of validating ideas and assumptions to guide the building of a product – is common practice in modern design and engineering teams. But in marketing and creative departments working in this way is quite new – or to many, unheard of. With the guidance of CEO Alastair Douglas, TotallyMoney.com
I moved to Asia in 1997 from Ireland to experience the vibrant changing economy of Hong Kong. Having worked for a few different business sectors I founded the ODM Group (Original Design Manufacture) in 2003 and we’ve grown across Asia ever since. We specialize in promotional products and develop new promotional gifts. We
To keep a small country like Denmark competitive in the world of manufacturing requires an increased focus on industrial research and innovation. At MADE, the Manufacturing Academy of Denmark, we want to achieve this by creating a network of companies, universities and research institutes. In the process we aim to bring together diverse groups –
Roskilde Festival is Northern Europe’s largest culture and music festival – taking place in Denmark for eight days. This year’s line-up features Paul McCartney, Pharrell Williams, Muse, Florence & The Machine, and Disclosure (amongst a current total of 166 others). As a non-profit we also donate all our profits to charity after each festival.
At Hangwind, our tool is the camera drone and with it we create stunning new views of our world. Our aim is to give everyone the opportunity to capturing fresh perspectives from the air. The technology is no longer confined to the big budget world of blockbuster movie producers or military personnel. Thanks to drones,