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SPARK WORKS FEATURED IN ‘THE SIFTED GUIDE TO INNOVATION CONSULTANCIES’

Backed by the Financial Times, Sifted media is a new-media platform for Europe’s innovators and entrepreneurs. With Headquarters in London and a network of journalists across Europe, Sifted’s mission is to tell untold stories in engaging new ways and give a voice to the European start-up entrepreneur community.
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MILLENNIAL’S VIEW OF INNOVATION AND BUSINESS

Millennials are a breed of their own. With a different perspective of how the world should be, they are actively and continuously changing the way things used to work for older generations. For them, technology is essential part of life, and nothing would work without it.
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THE TIME TO INNOVATE IS NOW

My lifelong dream was to be a classic car mechanic, still hope I can make that happen someday. However, I grew up in a country where what you do professionally is limited by your social and economic status. This meant being a mechanic wasn’t up to my middle class parents’ idea of a career path. So when I started my engineering degree, I enrolled (and payed for) myself into a technical school which had a weekend program.
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SAAS FEE: SPARKY STYLE

A week in the mountains armed with skis, post-it notes and a fully stocked fridge – a winning combination for our annual team retreat. Strategizing on key projects and team building, paired with winter sports and fondue was just the tonic to set us up for a successful year ahead.
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HOW CONSTRAINTS BOOST INNOVATION

Have you ever worked on a project you were very excited about, only to have encountered numerous challenges along the way? Did you give up in the face of adversity or did you accept the challenge? Many companies consider any kind of restrictions and a lack of resources as the main obstacles of innovation. This belief suggests that getting rid of all boundaries and rules will increase creativity and innovation. Is this really true?
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THE FUTURE OF WORK

The future of work can only be anticipated. By the year 2030, working habits will have radically evolved due to trends such as artificial intelligence (AI), automation, demographic changes and globalization.
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