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Springwise innovations at the forefront of the fight to save our planet

Springwise Chair James Bidwell shares his thoughts on last week’s BBC broadcast “Drowning in Plastic” focusing on the damaging effects of plastic on the environment. With two Springwise Innovations featured on the programme, it’s reassuring to see many more innovators are stepping up to find a solution to the problem.

Where Are They Now: GigRove

Springwise catches up with remote working platform, GigRove, and speaks with founder Marko Islamovich on the future for his company.

Top innovations to increase productivity in the workplace

The second instalment of our ‘Future of Work’ series considers ways to overcome the challenge of maintaining productivity in the modern workplace, ranging from innovative and customisable desks to AI monitoring systems.

Where Are They Now?: BeeLine Reader

We spoke to co-founder Nick Lum, who is on a mission to create significant impact in the area of of accessibility and working with many organizations, including Springwise, to support literacy and reading efficiency.

Where Are They Now?: Pavegen

We spoke to Laurence Kemball-Cook, founder of Pavegen whose expansion plans could see more cities using the electricity generating paving slab making energy more sustainable and accessible worldwide.

Smart hula hoop delivers a tech-driven workout

A Korean firm is set to bring hula hooping into the 21st century with a high-tech hoop that can deliver a much more varied and informed workout.

T-shirt uses cabbage to track pollution in the water

To raise awareness of climate change, a team in the UK has developed a t-shirt that changes colour depending on the acidity of the water around it.

3D food platform delivers bespoke popsicles

A revolutionary new California-based platform is using a simple 3D printing to make and deliver popsicles in any shape desired.