IMCG blog

  • Not a carpenter, still you are to use tools and toolboxes?

    Can you mention one company that doesn’t claim having a number of important tools and toolboxes that are to contribute to ease internal and external processes. Both CEOs, leaders and employees are expected to know where, when, how and why the tools are to be used. Somehow, few feel like Bob the Builder at work. Here are 7 steps to get the toolbox working!

  • 6 things to tackle to avoid market entrance barriers

    We are lucky to work with a lot of people like you – you who are excellent at working in teams and at innovating new techniques, solutions, services and products. We have listed 6 things that- if you put down an effort and work with them – will have a significant impact on increasing your chances for getting what you developed out on the market.

  • Towards a European version of the Smart City concept

    Jonas Norrman is partner at IMCG and works with many smart cities throughout Europe. Here he shares insights on the development of concepts for smart cities in general and the development of European Smart Cities in particular.

  • Meet us at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona

    Cities are facing the same kind of challenges and need to solve climate-related issues by working smarter within energy, mobility and ICT. No need to reinvent the wheel over and over again. Here is an offer for Smart Cities that want to become smarter. Meet us in Barcelona November 13-15!

  • 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.