What else was interesting?
Growth with purpose - The Small Giants philosophy
Passionate, purposeful, and values-driven—The Small Giants community brings together like-minded individuals, from aspiring new business leaders to seasoned veterans, looking to harness the connection between culture and business success. Read more or check out the Small Giants community directly here.
Will your skin be protected this summer?
We've been working with Voxelight to launch their first product, Sunscreenr, which makes unprotected skin visible. If you happened to catch that one episode of Shark Tank, you've already seen how this magic works. If not, check the the Sunscreenr and pre-order your own here!
Mentoring young design thinkers
The student experience is so transformative in the individual's thought process and way of viewing the world that the discipline has been named Design Thinking. We are always happy to say that we enjoy giving back to the community, but in the end, we learn just as much from the students as they learn from us. Read more about our latest talk at SCAD here.
Digital ideation at Innovate Carolina 2017
Trig will be sponsoring Innovate Carolina for the 7th consecutive year. We'll be giving a talk on April 21st that explores the risks and rewards of accelerating the front end. The talk will explore a new approach to ideation that balances the need for individual reflection and gathering new creative stimuli from team members using digital collaboration tools—making creative teams more effective while reducing the cost and time needed to conduct ideation sessions. The conference will take place at The Biotech Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and we’d love to see you there. Register here!
Does your startup have what it takes to survive?
In case you missed some of our recent posts, check out "Biology is Destiny: Choice of Culture and Startup Survival" and "The Value of Interrogation in Innovation." If this type of content tickles your fancy, check out more of our work and thoughts on our blog, Tangents.
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