Read on to find out how L’Oreal is reinventing personalised beauty using AI, and why ‘plant alchemists’ are the new mixologists
Read on to find out how beermakers MillerCoors, Heineken and BrewDog have capitalised on Dry January, and why Barry’s Bootcamp is hiring a psychotherapist to train its staff.
Read on to find out why Easyjet is the unlikely player leading the sustainability charge this month, and why evidence and transparency are paving the way for a whole new generation of wellbeing startups.
This month, a strong identity goes a long way. Startups like Just Water and Fill are not just launching one-off initiatives but strive to be wholly sustainable from top to bottom.
This month, we look at the CBD innovators breaking the mould. From beauty and wellness, to food and drink, experimentation is everywhere…
This month we’re seeing a keen focus on ingredients and their origins, from Persian non-alcoholic spirits to cork containers that hail from rewilding Portuguese forests.
This month, the personalisation trend goes fully bespoke with entire product lines being fine-tuned to their audience.
From innovations that remove microplastics from your clothes wash, to toxin-free soap bars, ethical, waste-free living is the focus of brands working across sectors.
Sustainability is not a fad. It’s an important shift of consumer and business priorities that will – in the long term – save resources, money and our planet.
From Gatwick’s mobile assistants for the visually impaired to skincare that work with women’s cycles, this month, brands are focussing on inclusivity.
This month, customisation is king. From 3D-printed sushi based on your DNA profile to AI-driven food menus, personalisation is in overdrive.
This month, collaboration is on the up as startups, incumbents and technology giants combine forces to experiment with new consumer experiences…
This month, big brands experiment with novel sustainability models, healthy eating trends and alcohol-free cocktails. Meanwhile, startups push the envelope, swapping alt ‘milks’ for camel ice cream and alcohol-lite for cannabidiol-rich concoctions.
Mess-free facemasks, interactive sustainability apps and a new way to consume media all came to light last month in our January edition of Innovation in Action