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ITERATE Support Group-Muv at CES 2016

This month we supported our client, Group-Muv, at the 4 day Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, which ran 6th – 9th January. Over 3,600 businesses and 170,000 delegates attended the event that spanned 2.4 million square feet across venues that included: the Las Vegas Convention Center; the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino; and the Sands Expo & Convention Center. CES is a leading annual technology event that allows businesses from all over the world to showcase the latest consumer innovations.

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Collaboration: the Key to Innovation

Collaboration in the workplace is not just about employees working together as a team. Collaboration between company founders is also an important part of today’s business environment, and it can involve two or more companies reaching out and coming together to make something that is stronger and better than ever before. Collaboration is generally seen as two companies working together, but in the case of Intel-Microsoft-Cisco, three companies have successfully come together to make their mark in the tech sector. Read more

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ITERATE Awarded Welsh Government Contract

ITERATE is one of a small number of consultancies who have been awarded a contract to work alongside the Welsh Government’s network of Innovation Specialists to help businesses become more innovative.

The Welsh Government’s SMART Innovation initiative provides an integrated programme of support to businesses in Wales and is designed to deliver on the priorities in both the Innovation Wales strategy and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, which emphasises the importance of specialisation and clustering. Read more

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New Members of Sustainable Development Charter

As product designers, we are constantly aware of our surroundings and our responsibility to the environment. When we create new designs at ITERATE, we actively employ techniques to ensure that our products can be disassembled by avoiding use of glues and other permanent joining methods. In cases where we use plastic, we design-in identification symbols, allowing the material to be recycled after its life-in-service. As well as aiming to reduce the number of parts and subsequently material required to build a product. Read more