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  With new data protection laws looming here in Europe perhaps you, like me, have enjoyed the increasingly desperate overtures from businesses that you’ve never heard of asking your permission to keep sending you things you never wanted.   Not only is GDPR a good step towards evening the balance of power in personal data, it’s a great way to... Read More

The most successful innovation consultants share traits that allow them to challenge convention and push boundaries. We've spent 15 years mastering the art of spotting top talent and training them to become world-class innovators. In this interview, Kate and Tom discuss the traits required to rise to the top of the innovation consulting industry. Read More

After being a judge at the recent 2018 Fellows’ Midway Pitch hosted by the ELab of the Parson School of Design, Lissa was reminded of key elements to drive ideas at any level. Read More

Fahrenheit 212, part of Capgemini Group, is delighted to see the launch of Johnnie Walker My Edition by Diageo. Fahrenheit 212 has worked closely with the Diageo team since early 2017 to help define the strategy, consumer value proposition, digital experience and supporting operating model, capable of delivering meaningful personalization at scale. The result of this successful partnership is an exciting... Read More

Thought Leadership

Technology Doesn’t Make Money, Business Models Do

by Tobias Rooney

Disruption of the financial services sector is unlike anything the market has ever seen. This shift in market forces is being spearheaded by the acceleration of new technology in dramatic and unprecedented ways. But the real risk of technology is not its proliferation, nor its complexity, nor its uncertainty, but its distraction. Read More

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Get to know our 2018 Fahrenheit Fellows!

by Aayush Gupta, Stephanie Costa

Amy Blackman, Samir Goel & Tyler Pridgen are the newest members of the Fellows Class of 2018. These Fellows stand at the intersection of social, financial, technological and creative innovation; they are pioneers in their respective domains, and we are delighted to collaborate with them in their pursuits over the coming months. Read More

Thought Leadership

Beauty Retail is More Than Sales Deep

by Harry Rosenbaum

When beauty retail employed the open-sell model, it was a revelation: “Sephora and Ulta have tapped into every little girl’s dream of being able to open up their mom’s makeup bag and just play,” one financial researcher said. These stores pioneered the retail shift from transaction to product discovery and trial. Now we're in the midst of a new retail revolution,... Read More

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Call for Projects: 2018 Fahrenheit X

by Shaye Roseman

We're excited to begin accepting project submissions for this year’s Fahrenheit X partnership. Each summer, Fahrenheit 212 deploys our talent and expertise to support the efforts of a mission-driven organization working to address intractable social challenges. Past partners in the Fahrenheit X program include Robin Hood, Teach for America, and the City of New York. Read on for an overview of the program and how to apply. We’d love to work with you. Read More

As part of Fahrenheit 212’s Innovator Circle thought-leadership programme, we invited a panel of innovators and start-ups ranging from a recently launched company to a new division within one of the world’s most valuable companies and we dug into what it takes to launch, survive and grow within the Trust Economy. The beauty about drawing on the experience of start-ups is they are operating in the white heat of growth – they have to quickly figure out what works and what doesn’t – but the lessons they’ve learnt are eminently transferable to innovators at businesses of any size. Read More

Thought Leadership

Lore of The Rings: Conclusion

by Nick Bertha, Corey Newman

We hope you’ve enjoyed our three-part analysis of innovation at the Olympics. Now that the Olympics have concluded, we look forward to seeing where the innovations showcased in Pyeongchang will end up — we have a feeling that we will be seeing them in our everyday lives sooner rather than later. We hope our perspective on potential growth opportunities was... Read More

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