Searching For Innovation

Slavin, Al
July 2011
Best's Review;Jul2011, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p82
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the launch of Innovation Insurance Group, a consulting firm in the U.S., by Ty Sagalow in 2011. It mentions that Sagalow's company centered on the provision and management of services related to product innovation or development. According to Sagalow, the business involves the leasing of an innovation consultant's time to create new products or upgrade existing ones.


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