The following topics play a central role in our services: applying change management in practice; creating new jobs; new business models; smart city; blockchain technology; cybersecurity; big data & open data; Internet of Things (IoT); virtual & augmented reality; 3D & 4D printing; 21st century skills; nanotechnology and smart materials; online marketing and future of social communication; applying neuroscience for innovation; robotics; artificial intelligence; business model innovation; future of shopping; collective intelligence; autonomous teams; holocratic organizations in practice; promoting peace and security with the help of innovations and technologies; legal consequences of technology; eHealth; future of public transport; creating more diversity inside the organizations; climate and energy policy; promoting sustainability; new management and business models.
Our personal motives
Connectingcentre believes that technology and a new way of thinking and working can make the world much better for everyone. Outside frameworks of thinking, being creative, and making full use of innovation, will create growth everywhere. Not only for companies, but also for all of society.
It is well known that new services on the market, such as Uber, promote prosperity worldwide. While Uber is benefiting from the growth of the number of application users, women in poor countries like Afghanistan and Africa also get benefit from the ability to earn extra by driving a taxi.
Connectingcentre has devoted a lot of thought to how to create a beneficial service for everyone. After several studies and inventories, Connectingcentre has come to one main conclusion: by creating a global network for and with everyone who is involved in technology and (social) innovation, there will be various matches, the knowledge will be transferred worldwide and ultimately global prosperity will be increased.
For the above reason, Connectioncentre has decided to develop a Global Innovation Map, aiming to connect online anyone who is involved in technology and (social) innovation. In addition, Connectingcentre organizes various offline meetings, and develops training and innovation programs that contribute to (social) innovation.
Helping society, and at the same time the customers, is the central starting point of Connectingcentre.