How design thinking allows market research to take the lead and become an innovation powerhouse

Date of publication: September 15, 2020

Abstract:

The R&D sector is worth $1.7tn. Insight should be central to this. But currently, it's not. At best, we're a small component in the larger innovation machine. And often, we're completely ignored. This shouldn't be the case.

Learn how combining Insight with Design Thinking can elevate our industry to become the innovation experts and get a slice of the innovation pie. See how a tech giant's insights are being used to create an app that combats youth cyberbullying.

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