Global power markets have never
been more open to technological
evolution and revolution
Responsible organisations must
foster innovation to ensure that
their entire supply chains do no harm
Enabling the efficient use of,
and universal access to clean water,
is one of the century’s defining challenges
Major industry is increasingly reliant on
breakthrough technologies to be differentiated,
environmentally benign, and profitable
Technology will be the answer
to sustainable extraction in the
What we do
Rapid Innovation Group is an IP commercialisation firm dedicated to harnessing technological innovation in energy, natural resources, and major industry.
This is where we share our latest thinking through blog posts, interviews with innovators and entrepreneurs, and external publications.
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.
“The world’s biggest problems are the world’s biggest market opportunities”
“Innovation is the market introduction of a technical or organisational novelty, not just its invention”
“If you think you are too small to make an impact, try going to bed with a mosquito”
Wed 9 August 2017
Thoughts on Crypto assets, Initial Coin Offerings, and the Utility Value of Blockchain Technology New to Bitcoin, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies? Read this primer A new asset class I am a believer, or maybe I just want to believe. Is this Amsterdam in the 17th century? My view is: no; a new asset class is emerging, […]
Wed 19 April 2017
Recently I have been working in the renewable energy field and two pieces of insight highlighted two key mistakes that innovators, but particularly engineering and science based start-ups, are prone to making. Mistake 1: talking to the market after key design elements have already been locked down. Mistake 2: failing to consider the economic envelope […]
Fri 24 February 2017
Cycling home over Waterloo bridge a couple of weeks ago I was surprised by my breathlessness and coughing fit that ensued. At first I thought it was a testament to my fitness levels, but turning on the news that night my concern grew from its initial trivial and personal worry. The cause of all this, […]
Wed 1 February 2017
I initially started writing this blog in the summer when it was so hot that I was struggling to sleep and was drinking water like it was on tap (but it is on tap Peter!). It was late June at the time and I had decided that it was time for my second annual water blog. […]
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