A British design firm has big plans for its latest project. Out of fashion for 80 years, the airship could be about to rise again
It’s the unlikely juxtaposition of creativity and logic which causes the wooliness and confusion around the term ‘innovation’. Everybody wants to be innovative; many companies and ideas are proclaimed to be innovative and no one doubts that.
Working throughout the year, our research body investigates firms across the world in order to garner an understanding of the texture and thread of commercial markets. Inspecting top performers, our analysts look at firms and individuals that pose big questions and answer with big ideas.
Here, tell us who you consider is transforming the world as we move into 2015. Results will be announced in the January – February 2016 issue of The New Economy.