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Martha Stewart, Stacy London (What Not to Wear) via Mashable's Innovation Index

Martha Stewart, Stacy London (What Not to Wear)  via Mashable's Innovation Index | Innovation & Institutions, Will it Blend? | Scoop.it

"It's always fun when celebrities play in the innovation space, as they're doing with Mashable's 2012 Innovation Index, which just launched."


Why not some fun with Martha & Stacy + Mashable's new Innovation Index process?


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Each curator is responsible for a category, and is charged with choosing five nominees for the most-innovative mantle in that category. There are 15 categories in all.


The nominees can be companies, products, technologies or events. Mashable chooses fourteen curators, with readers getting to apply for the 15th slot. The winner of the curator slot will find out on Nov. 26.


Readers then vote on which nominee in each category should be considered the most innovative.

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The world's most creative cities > Does it translate to Innovation?

The world's most creative cities > Does it translate to Innovation? | Innovation & Institutions, Will it Blend? | Scoop.it

Tel Aviv, London, Sydney, Stockholm and Shanghai are booming with talent.


Because creativity is cultural.  [And so} the Martin Prosperity Institute at U of T’s Rotman School of Management has been studying the complex web of factors that encourage and sustain innovation in regions around the world.


The institute’s Global Creativity Index, first published in 2004,  measures a nation’s innovation potential, focusing on what it calls the Three Ts: technology, talent and tolerance.


"The GCI is really trying to help regions understand where they are," explains Kevin Stolarick, research director of the Martin Prosperity Institute. "Even when times are good, you have to worry about what comes next."


These  five cities —and some of their start-ups—are on the docket for having very bright futures.


Via Karen Steffensen
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