A manual, curated approach can only get you so far, however using automation and Machine Learning in tandem, a whole new set of possibilities emerge.AI changes the playing field for innovation and brand executives.”Through Evol8tion, Joe has provided innovation solutions to brands by connecting startups since 2011.On the surface, I guess I could have viewed them as a competitor, however I've always maintained that in small, nascent and/or emerging sectors, there is no such thing as competitors.
He has worked with a world-class roster of blue chip brands including Kraft Heinz, Mondelez, DPSG, Steelcase, Nestle, Purina, Chobani and Time-Warner.“We are thrilled to join forces with Joe”, said Annette Tonti, CEO, The Innovation Scout.
“He brings extensive experience and new capabilities to our team as a world-class Subject Matter Expert and confidant to senior marketing executives.
The Innovation Scout Pipeline will offer corporates the best of both worlds and becomes a pretty balanced equilibrium between "man" and "machine".
It's why I have joined The Innovation Scout as a "Super Advisor' (Annette's words) and rolled up Pipeline into a better, cheaper and faster solution.
recognizing the constant churn and revolving door associated with the startups (here today, gone tomorrow) A while back, we began to develop what we call Pipeline to do just that.
Pipeline become a white label version of our own proprietary database that our corporate clients could brand and essentially launch their own "Open Innovation" portal, combined with our existing startups, scoring methodology and brand-friendly classification or segmentation.
That said, the "startup matchmaking" space is pretty crowded with a bunch of players with "database envy" as in "my database is bigger than yours." This, combined with too much bottom of the barrel scrapping (speed dating or what I would call the Tinderfication of Innovation) created the need for a velvet glove, human-based, curated approach.
That was Evol8tion and our strategic approach and proprietary process known as Brand Match took care of the quality control issue, however what was truly needed was some kind of automated and intelligent approach that went way wider deeper whilst maintaining the "currency" imperative i.e.
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