Australia-based Jellybeanstreet enables parents to create large scale replicas of their baby’s art, modify it and sell it to friends and family to support children’s charities.
Codetoki is helping companies find the right IT specialists by getting them to complete challenges based on the role.
Sprout It is an app that not only provides location-specific advice to green-fingered consumers, but also aims to raise awareness about a brand pivot for its sponsor.
Bonus.ly is a platform that enables businesses to employ a peer-to-peer bonus allocation system across their organization.
Researchers at the Vanderbilt University in Nashville have developed a smartphone app that can detect the origin of gunfire.
Netherlands-based gift store niko niko’s Throw & Grow event confetti grows into wildflowers after it’s been used.
Innovations and updates from businesses previously featured on Springwise.
Having successfully reached its Kickstarter funding target, BRCK will now keep Africans connected even when the power turns off and the internet drops out.
The Portobello supermarket prices its items with points, offered to families through the Social Services of Modena to tackle unemployment and poverty in an area struck by the credit crisis.
The gTar is a modified digital guitar that physically integrates the iPhone to make learning easy.
The Burn The Miles app offers rewards to frequent fliers who jog enough to burn off the same number of calories as miles they’ve flown.
GradFly is a platform for young students to build an online portfolio of their science projects, in order to attract colleges and employers when they leave school.
The Exchange is a new pop-up fashion store in South Africa that enables customers to take home items as long as they register as an organ donor.
Piggybackr aims to teach kids about how they can use crowdfunding to get their projects off the ground.
Attendees at the OppiKoppi festival in August will be able to order beer to be delivered directly to them via their smartphones.
The Scanadu Scout is a palm-sized device that is packed with sensors to aid individuals in detecting a number of health conditions early.
VIVOplay is a wearable mobile communications and location device designed to help families stay connected.
ExpressQ enables event attendees to pre-order and pre-pay for food, drinks or merchandise for easy collection on the day.
Italy-based platform CoContest enables homeowners to set their own design competitions, getting architects to challenge others for the chance to work on their renovation projects.
Germany-based AOTERRA hopes to place cloud servers in people’s homes, using the waste heat they produce to keep the properties warm.
Singapore-based UserScout connects willing participants with market research projects in one place.
Sold. prices, sells and delivers homeowners’ unused items simply by getting them to take a photo of the object.