We’ll debunk myths and provide recommendations that give you a competitive edge, putting you on track for a sustainable future that resonates with your consumer base and beyond.
Sprints involve exploring ideas and solutions in a short time frame. But when it comes to tackling big challenges, is there an even better approach?
We’ve dispelled a few common myths around sustainability, to prove how much room there is to innovate and inspire new customers
We spoke to KiActiv®, to understand how wearables are changing the world of healthcare.
With health services under mounting pressure, companies need to act now. If we pool our expertise, data and heritage, we can create a community-focussed approach to wellbeing for everyone.
Disruption is inescapable. But rather than running for cover, listen, learn and adapt in a way that works for your future, and your customer’s.
Once a year, Happen & Winkle come together for a day of inspiring talks to learn from leading academics and innovators, to open our minds to new tools, techniques or ways of thinking that are changing our world.
Emotional intelligence is what separates man from machine. Get it right, and we can connect with anyone in a genuine way, generate whole new industries, and not just survive the automation revolution, but thrive within it.
We all want to live in a beautiful, effortless world, where everything works like it was made just for us. It’s not surprising, then, that Design Thinking is having a resurgence.
Is the notion of Surprise for Generation Z dead? Happen UK MD, Suzanne Robinson, shares her thoughts with Food Matters Live.
Disruption is the innovation ‘word of the moment’. So how can big brands innovate against new players in the game?
How do you really create value to wow if time and attention has become our most precious commodity?
Every business needs to be ready for what the future brings. But in our fast-changing world, gazing into the crystal ball is daunting.
At Happen, we use insight to protect, grow or transform brands them with something entirely new. That last one is where the true breakthroughs happen.
Maintaining a presence on the shelves of discounters means cutting prices and margins, or making a compromise on the size or quality that your product offers.
Getting into the habit of decoding the insights behind hit new products and ad campaigns helps you hone your own skills. So how can you get started?