Mon.Jan 21, 2019

Like Fake News, Fake Innovation Is Rampant.

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Have you ever been the victim of Fake Innovation? Like fake news, sometimes its is so cleverly concealed that it can be very difficult to spot. Of the six types of innovation outlines below, can you spot the fake innovation? Develop real new products, some of which may make tons of money File patents for… The post Like Fake News, Fake Innovation Is Rampant. appeared first on hellofuture

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