Here is this month’s Top Ten Innovation Report, featuring the most inspiring and popular business ideas from the Springwise Access database over the last four weeks:
UmbraCity is an umbrella sharing service that lets UBC students borrow and return umbrellas for free, anytime from automated kiosks.
Stockholmstag will soon be using an algorithm that predicts network delays in advance, giving operators time to resolve them.
Service will help users resolve complaints with any business free of charge.
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Coboat enables inhabitants to live, sleep, work and network onboard the eco-friendly, wifi-enabled boat, all while sailing the seven seas.
3Dom has produced a sustainable, biocomposite 3D printing material from the byproducts of coffee.
The new branch of Morioka Shoten bookstore in Tokyo only stocks one book at a time, each for a single week.
In an effort to address the blood shortage in Romania, Untold festival traded blood donations for free tickets to the event.
Greenshoe has developed an app for integrating short-term loans into a rapidly expanding mobile banking culture.
C3FT is a sonar device that is attached to a police biker’s handlebars, to provide proof of drivers infringing on the three-foot zone.
6th October 2015