The world faces a number of macro challenges for which technology can be seen as part of both the cause and the solution.

Rapid Innovation Group is an IP commercialisation firm dedicated to harnessing technological innovation in energy, natural resources, and major industry. The key drivers that bind these industries are the scale of the challenges, the scope of the market, and the need and willingness to adopt innovation.

Our purpose is to build shareholder value
Our direction mitigates risk and builds defensible market positions
Our success is measured by the growth of our clients
Our approach is to partner with clients as part of a single team

Latest posts

Negotiation Tools

Thu 16 June 2016

Successful commercialisation requires a great technology with differentiated IP, a sound strategy with clear execution, and a little bit of unexpected foresight. Case in point, a RIG client had a market-leading technology, a clear but simple strategy that resonated with its customers, partners and employees, and a strong execution-focused team that collaborated closely across the […]

Starting from scratch

Fri 6 May 2016

A Rapid Innovation Group client involved in delivering a market disruptive solution in the energy management space has successfully entered negotiations for deployments across Europe.  Further to a short market discovery engagement with Rapid Innovation Group’s energy practice, potential partners in the three core markets targeted have entered into formal negotiations with their existing customers […]

Fifteen Thousand Pounds – The Cost to Dig Your Own Hole

Wed 27 April 2016

“Fifteen thousand pounds”   That’s the point I knew the client had lost the deal.  And with the deal, the long term viability of the company.   One of the most fundamental tenets of a successful growth company is ‘making yourself easy to do business with’.  I think sheer greed got in the way here, […]

When should I start commercialisation?

Fri 15 April 2016

The lean approach to software creation has brought market testing much earlier in the life cycle of a product.  Its aim is to try to find market acceptance as soon as possible so that companies minimise the risk of building products that turn out to be not sufficiently compelling. How does this translate for non-software […]

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