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A fintech makes a clever play for creative types
A startup for travel accommodation helps locate accessible spots for people with disabilities.
As dockless bike rental firms struggle, one has come up with a new way to potentially increase revenue.
Helsinki Airport have implemented a new feedback technology in bathrooms to help boost customer satisfaction and track usage data.
An Indian logistics company will deliver food directly to your train seat while you are en route.
Thyssenkrupp has developed a new elevator technology that could help cater for 70 percent more people living in cities by the end of the century.
Dutch service Swapfiets means cyclists will never have to go without their bike while it is in for repair.
The Train Suite Shiki-shima is a slow yet incredibly futuristic train that caters for customers who want to enjoy a relaxed journey through Japan.
This monthly service delivers all-black socks, underwear, a t-shirt and one other item of choice, with options to upgrade the package.
The Japanese fishing organisation is offering a free service in which working fishermen will call users early in the morning to help wake them up and start their day.
Jersey Post has introduced the Call and Check service that provides elderly or vulnerable citizens with a bespoke schedule of regular home visits.
New Australian site will let users with disabilities rate services based on how good they are for the disabled.
BuddiBox supports young South Africans in setting up a local delivery service with emphasis on the necessity of good community relationships.
Conflict Kitchen presents food and events from countries the United States is in conflict with, changing focus every three to five months.
Philadelphia’s Old City is now home to a new style of hotel that seeks to erase the barriers between visitors and their destination with “invisible” service hospitality.
In India, a new platform helps creatives transform their ideas into reality by understanding their thought process and suggesting creative leads.
Pubinno’s connected Taptronics beer taps use touch screens to speed up serving time, provide the perfect amount of foam in each glass and track sales.
A roommate matching service that helps people with a spare room safely, securely and easily find a compatible housemate.
Intelligent online beings that evolve to best fit the needs of online communities are currently being created by the Bazillion Beings team in Armenia.
The Dylan hotel’s Room Shopping service lets guests source products from the local 9 straatjes district and get them delivered to their room in under an hour.
Alfred is a service that crowdsources local helpers to act as a butler service for laundry, shopping and cleaning tasks.