Our Partners

We believe that innovation is a team sport. And so do the companies listed below. They have partnered successfully with InnoCentive to push the boundaries of open innovation, crowdsourcing, and prize competitions.  Learn more about InnoCentive's Partner Program.

 

Nosco

Nosco

Nosco is a software and consultancy focused on innovation and idea management.  Nosco was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, also with an office in New York. Nosco is a social platform for ideas, which organizations use to tap into the innovative potential of their workforce, customers and partners. Nosco’s consulting services help clients transform themselves into collaborative and innovative organizations.   Learn more about Nosco at www.nos.co 

Strategos

Strategos

Since its origins in 1995, Strategos, a strategy and innovation consultancy, has consulted with corporate clients around the world, including more than half of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average companies, to help them build deep innovation capabilities and develop and execute creative, innovative strategies for sustainable growth. Strategos’ engagements are team-based, widely participative and future-oriented endeavors that lead an organization through an exciting journey of discovery that engages employees while building their innovation capabilities. For more information, visit www.strategos.com.

Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton, a world leader in management and technology consulting services, and InnoCentive are joining forces to help commercial and government organizations harness the power of prize-based Challenges, open innovation, and crowdsourcing to solve critical mission issues faster and more effectively. This alliance provides clients with integrated, full-service open innovation and Challenge offerings including the Booz Allen Hamilton-InnoCentive Open Innovation Diagnostic Program. This Program combines InnoCentive’s unique Challenge Driven Innovation methodology and problem solving platform coupled with Booz Allen Hamilton’s deep technical expertise, implementation, and management capabilities within both government and commercial organizations. For more information, visit www.boozallen.com.

Nature.com

Nature.com

Nature Publishing Group (NPG) is a leading scientific and medical publisher of over 80 titles, including Nature, and a pioneer in their use of Web 2.0 technologies to interact with the global scientific community on their online platform Nature.com.  Together, we offer Nature.com readers the opportunity to participate in research and development Challenges through the Nature.com Open Innovation Pavilion. Via this Pavilion, scientists worldwide can realize practical uses of their research and win cash awards – all the while contributing their expertise to significant scientific advances as well as to the solving of large global problems.

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Scientific American

Science and technology enthusiasts will be able to solve global scientific problems when the Scientific American Open Innovation Pavilion, jointly hosted on InnoCentive.com and ScientificAmerican.com, launches in the Spring of 2013. The Scientific American-InnoCentive alliance offers Scientific American readers an impressive array of challenging science, technical, and policy problems to work on, while helping commercial enterprises, government agencies, and non-profit organizations to solve their most pressing problems by tapping many more of the world’s smartest and most creative Solvers. Founded in 1845, Scientific American is the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States and the leading authoritative publication for science in the general media. Together with ScientificAmerican.com and 14 local-language editions around the world, it reaches a monthly audience of more than 5 million consumers and scientists.

The Economist

The Economist

The Economist, the prestigious weekly news and international affairs publication, has partnered with InnoCentive to create The Economist-InnoCentive Challenge Program.  This program dovetails with a new event series by The Economist under the banner of The Ideas Economy. With the Ideas Economy focusing on topics such as innovation, human potential, and intelligent infrastructure, The Economist seeks to create an ecosystem, through the InnoCentive platform, where good ideas move from concept to implementation. The Challenges jointly developed by The Economist and InnoCentive are open to InnoCentive’s global network of over 275,000 Solvers, The Economist’s millions of readers, and the rest of the world. For The Economist, these Challenges are a natural extension of The Economist’s founding spirit – exploring ideas in the pursuit of human progress.