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Confidence: The New Competitive Advantage

by Tom Gray

With the growth of Lean Start-up thinking there has come a corresponding growth of lean methods applied to scaled businesses. While the attraction is clear, the execution is often difficult and conflicts with what makes the business successful in the first place. Experimentation is potentially the most exciting of the lean methods in how it can supercharge a business’ innovation efforts. And yet while... Read More

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Can Blockchain And AI Become Brothers-in-Arms?

by Mark Esposito - Guest author

At Fahrenheit 212 we have an insatiable curiosity about what comes next, and we know that great innovation results from insights and points of view from outside our everyday. As part of a series of posts from experts in their field, Mark Esposito gives us a deep dive into AI. Besides having co-founded an AI company called Nexus FrontierTech, he... Read More

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Movie Theaters' Second Act

by Amaris Singer

I love movies, but Avengers: Endgame is the first movie I’ve seen in theaters in months. Most movies don’t justify leaving my couch. This shift in consumer behavior is part of the problem, magnified by media fragmentation, risk averse studios, and the demands of a blockbuster-driven box office strategy. As Derek Thompson said in The Atlantic, “film used to be... Read More


We're Saying "What's Up" to LA

by Fahrenheit 212

Fahrenheit 212 is growing and expanding its reach across North America with the opening of a new location in Los Angeles. We sat down with Alex Stock, Partner and West Coast Lead to get an understanding of his ambitions for the new Los Angeles office. Tell us about how you got into innovation and your journey to Fahrenheit 212. I... Read More

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When Disruption Hits Your Business Model – Surviving The Collision

by Tobias Rooney, Tom Gray

So much has been said about disruptive innovation, that it can sometimes feel that to be in a traditional, scaled business is to somehow be on a fast track to extinction. In fact, scaled businesses are remarkable success stories – to have survived from start-up to profitable-at-scale is no mean feat. The threat of disruption might be existential, but that... Read More

This month Fahrenheit 212 will be celebrating its one-year anniversary since opening its doors in Paris. As part of the first innovation pod, I wanted to reflect upon the work we have achieved and crystallize my key learnings. Shifting from a management to an innovation consulting company was no mean feat. But in this new challenge I noticed unexpected similarities... Read More

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The Theory of Fragmented Strategies

by Kariappa Bheemaiah

“From the earliest traceable cosmical changes down to the latest results of civilization, we shall find that the transformation of the homogeneous into the heterogeneous is that in which progress consists” When Herbert Spencer wrote these words in his iconic book, Progress (1857), he was arguing for the concept of change to be seen as a general phenomenon, as a... Read More


Voices of Fahrenheit: Viresh Chopra

by Claire Poland

Fahrenheit 212 has the best and brightest innovators in the world. We hail from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and industries, but are connected by a shared passion to make things better, and to make better things. Voices of Fahrenheit is a series that shares perspectives from the individuals behind the innovations at Fahrenheit 212 to give you a glimpse into their... Read More

Why Innovation Matters

by Courtney Pace, Matt Krieg

Imagine a world where markets are so efficient there are no longer undervalued assets. Where you have too much capital, too few assets to chase, and impatient LPs. You have to overpay for every deal to win it. There are limited options to optimize the targets you find and limited room to juice returns with additional leverage. A world where... Read More

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Big Strategy Is Dead

by Tobias Rooney

Who still writes 5-year strategy plans? For most businesses "big strategies" are out of date within 18 months. Does this mean we are "post-strategy?" Are we in an age where we "just do it"?  Some consultancies might urge big businesses to "act like a start-up" and just get out and do stuff, but this is the opposite of what successful start-ups actually... Read More

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