From Automotive Giants

to Global Technology Firms

Corporations, big or small, have entrusted us with their innovation needs. From accelerators to innovation labs, speaker sessions to corporate venturing, the Applied Innovation Institute has worked with leading institutions to develop sustainable and impactful in-house disruption.

Case Study: Lab-Grown

Plant-Meats

Headed by Dr Ikhlaq Sidhu, the Alternative Meats Lab at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at UC Berkeley focuses on the development of plant-meat products to fundamentally change the way that we consume and enjoy foods.

With the US meat market worth more than $1 trillion in 2016, changing the way meats are produced – in an ethical and sustainable method – is not just a valuable proposition, but a socially-responsible one.

Learn more about our Innovation Labs

Case Study: Developing

Disruptive Companies

Headed by Paris De L’etraz, the Venture Lab Accelerator at IE Business School has empowered hundreds of founders and students across Europe and around the world. Through 10 intensive learning sessions delivered by top IE professors, industry experts, serial entrepreneurs, and start-up investors, the accelerator has embraces more than 300 startups each year.

With disruption at every corner, companies need to continue to reinvent themselves. Through the Applied Innovation Institute, companies are able to develop and run sustainable corporate accelerators. By working closely with breakthrough founders and global innovators, our partners are able to reinvent their product pipelines and develop new revenue streams.

Learn more about our Corporate Accelerators