Bax & Company is a leading European innovation consultancy. We help corporate directors, entrepreneurs and policy makers to create, execute and manage cutting-edge science and technology-enabled initiatives that deliver substantial societal, environmental and economic impact.
18 December 2019
Finding digital solutions for European SMEs
19 November 2019
Automotive lightweighting; a powerful ally in the fight against climate change
11 November 2019
Building a local energy community
29 October 2019
Giving a voice to women and disadvantaged user groups in Transport
Strategic insights. Resources. Alliances. These are the fundamental building blocks to enable delivering impact from your innovation initiatives. Our practical consultancy services deliver each of these elements in very tangible ways, by working in close coordination with your colleagues inside and outside the innovation function.
We focus on areas that represent some of the biggest opportunities and challenges for our clients. Within these areas, we combine deep subject knowledge with extensive networks. Some of the most attractive opportunities we identify for our clients actually emerge on the crossroads where several sectors / disciplines meet.
Project manager, Fons van der Ham, welcomes the winning SMEs, explaining the ambition at the core of the @SmartCityInnov project is bringing cities and business together to develop #OpenData solutions for #SmartCities.
The @SmartCityInnov project is launching its Pilot Booster Programme today! After an open call, the winning companies will now start implementing their #OpenData solutions. Find out more: https://baxcompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/press-release-2nd-scifi-open-call-winners.pdf
In the face of radical technological change—in #AI, #robotics and genetic engineering—societies will inevitably argue over which technological paths should be explored. Economists’ views belong in these conversations, argues this @TheEconomist article. https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2020/01/16/economists-explore-the-consequences-of-steering-technological-progress