IMCG blog

  • IMCG News – October 2018

    Light breeze, colorful leaves, bare trees – autumn is here. And at the office, we have so much exciting work going on. Do you share our interests in innovation management, funding and communication and are curious about what we do? Then, our newsletter is for you.

  • ”It’s the next revolution that humans are seeing”

    The LoV-IoT solution for air and water monitoring with Internet of Things is now spread internationally. The overall aim with the project is to contribute to better public health, globally. Lately, the cooperation with the project partner, Centro Mario Molina in Chile has been intensified. And in September a Swedish delegation visited Santiago for knowledge exchange and preparation for the launch of a large-scale test In Santiago, Chile. 

  • Focus on the ecosystem that surrounds the innovation

    IMCG is engaged in EU projects where the overall aim is to secure that the technology providers reach market impact. In order to achieve real impact and market success we need to focus on the ecosystem that surrounds a technology. This is what we call the process of innovation management.

  • Smart process industries recycle and reuse water

    Water scarcity is not a trend, it’s a fact. And it highly affects the process industry. The Horizon 2020 project Inspirewater is working to enable the process industry to implement sustainable wastewater treatment solutions. See film clip about smart process industries focusing on reuse and recycling water.

  • Boosting possibilities for market impact

    A market analysis is one important step to get to know your market. No matter how great the technology you are providing is, you won’t make it to the market, if you haven’t studied it. What are the buying habits of your potential customers? Who are your competitors? What are the trends?

  • Sand and sun – summer has begun

    Summer is always sunny and relaxing here in Sweden, right? Maybe not, but with this little movie we would like to wish all of our customers and friends a lovely summer.

  • Making every drop count

    The InspireWater project aims to find innovative techniques to increase water and raw material efficiency in resource demanding steel- and chemical industry. These videos show the innovative technology solutions from the European companies MOL, BLUE-tec and BFI.