Looking Back At Innovation: Implications Of Borrowing From The Past
Looking Back At Innovation: Implications Of Borrowing From The Past

Thursday 11 August 3 – 5pm

Powerhouse Museum
Cost:
Free
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Contact:

Hercules Tsoutsas

Phone:
1300 411 417
Twitter:
NSWIAS

It’s said that if you hang onto something for 20 years, it will become fashionable again. Looking Back at Innovation explores how intellectual property (IP), marketing, consumer behaviour and product design borrow from the past to develop future products. Presented by the NSW Innovation Advisory Service, this seminar explores all aspects of innovation versus invention by addressing various questions. These include: How much of what is created is the adoption of existing patents, how much is new, and when is IP breached? How does one know if old is going to resonate with the consumers and what are the challenges when making an old design new again? How do you rework an old product to make it appear new and fresh again?

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