Today's Fast Fix Friday focuses on the power of engaging startups and small companies to drive corporate innovation efforts.
I recently caught up with Kmart Australia’s innovation program manager, Fabio Oliveira, on my podcast for a discussion on innovation in retail and what the ‘store of the future’ might look like.
One of the key talking points was around how Kmart is engaging startups to accelerate corporate innovation initiatives.
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