How does a company start to innovate? - Sticky Marketing Club

How does a company start to innovate?

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Costas Papaikonomou, one of the founders of happen.com, one of the fastest growing creative innovation agencies, discusses with Grant Leboff aspects of his book, 'thoughts from a grumpy innovator' and how a busy company can 'find the space' to innovate.

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