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Moodbeam: A Tool For Life 

Moodbeam: A Tool For Life 

Moodbeam is a digital tool that allows you to effortlessly track how you are feeling throughout the day. 

The concept for this dual-coloured wearable came about two years ago when co-founder Christina Colmer McHugh discovered that her daughter was experiencing bullying at school. 

She found that, although the issue was swiftly dealt with by the school, she still wanted to check how her daughter was getting on throughout the day… 

Have you heard about Edenic innovation?

Have you heard about Edenic innovation?

C4DI Member Rob Lewis has 30 years of experience in corporate innovation. A year ago Rob founded 54DegreesNorth to leverage his experience to create a digital health innovation pipeline. Building on this foundation Rob has launched a brand new, co-developed process called Edenic Innovation with partners yesyesBD.

The process helps companies address 3 key challenges facing all businesses today - how to prevent themselves being disrupted; how to use digital technology; and how to think differently.  The process comes in various tailored packages to meet companies needs, it leverages digital talent and a framework of innovation scopes that forces a company to think differently and digitally...

Arc Studios awarded Best Digital Startup

Arc Studios awarded Best Digital Startup

Software developers Arc Studios won the award for Best Digital Startup this year after being nominated for the award two years in a row. Creating bespoke software for local and international businesses, Arc Studios have evolved from 4 students in a bedroom to an 8-man team providing opportunities for interns and year in industry students to develop their talents and skills.

Using Visualisation to Transform Team Communication

Using Visualisation to Transform Team Communication

Marketing specialist John Cant works independently to help start-up businesses with their initial establishment and early growth. We caught up with him in our hot-desk area to learn more about how he does it all, and which project he is focusing on at the moment.
 
“I’m currently working with a software start-up called Hubscope,” explains John. “It’s a visualisation application used by IT project teams that shows how people, requirements, services and technology interconnect.”

Employing a Local Intern to Drive Forward an International Project

Employing a Local Intern to Drive Forward an International Project

“I’m the kind of person who has a lot of ideas,” Neil Curtis confesses as we sit down in the C4DI hot-desk area. His company, CTOP Limited, reflects his creativity, acting as an umbrella for a vast variety of online projects. Running several affiliate websites, an e-commerce parenting business and even designing his own online course, Neil’s ideas have taken him very far. “You just need to give it a go and see how it pans out; I tend to find that most things work out if you’re serious about them”...