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Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation

On a recent speaking trip to Detroit I took a detour and spent the day at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. If you're ever near the area of Dearborn, Michigan near Detroit, it's absolutely worth the trip. It's especially interesting to me as an inventor,...

Accidental Innovation – Super Glue

Accidental Innovation – Super Glue

As an innovation keynote speaker and inventor I often talk about the "aha moment". This is when it seems as though an idea just comes to you from out of the blue. But there are other ways inventions happen when you're not looking for them. Many inventions were...

What Will the Farm of the Future Look Like?

What Will the Farm of the Future Look Like?

As the innovation keynote speaker last week for the Utah Farm Bureau Leadership Conference I realized the agriculture industry is in the midst of quite a bit of disruption and the farm of the future is in for a change. But it hasn't always been that way. For almost a...

Innovation in Nature – Invention of Velcro

Innovation in Nature – Invention of Velcro

The inspiration for innovation can come from many places. One of the best places to look is in nature. Nature has been solving its own problems for millions of years and has had plenty of time to work out the bugs and become sustainable.   Biomimicry is a science...

Fads – Group Think Gone Wild

Fads – Group Think Gone Wild

Fads tend to get a bad rap because their popularity may not have anything to do with the value of the item or the craze, but rather rely on group think. Good examples are Hula Hoops, Pet Rocks, Lava Lamps, the Slinky and Beanie Babies. Pet Rocks and Beanie Babies...

Why the Manufacturing Industry Needs Diversity

I've worked in many male dominated industries, from being an innovation keynote speaker to being an inventor to being a manufacturer. Quite often I'm the only woman in the room, but I've never felt left out of the conversation. Most men I've worked with welcome a...

Why You Should Hire an Inventor as Your Innovation Keynote Speaker

Why You Should Hire an Inventor as Your Innovation Keynote Speaker

Where would we be without inventors? Practically everything we touch in the course of a day is thanks to an inventor who saw an opportunity most people overlooked. Inventors are problem solvers who are never satisfied with the status quo and believe there is always a...

Trade Secrets as Competitive Advantage

Trade secrets are information that your business would want to keep secret from competitors, and whose value comes from the fact that it isn't widely known. Examples might include customer lists, or unique ways (that only your business knows about) of delivering...

Trademarks and Copyrights as Competitive Advantage

As an inventor and patent holder, some of my strongest intellectual property has been my trademarks and copyrights. According to the US Patent and Trademark Office:   A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes...

Creative Innovation Group

My goal is to bring you as much value as possible and make you look like a rock star in the eyes of your audience.

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Creative Innovation Group

My goal is to bring you as much value as possible and make you look like a rock star in the eyes of your audience.

Contact Us

11301 Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA

(310) 444 - 7788

julie@creativeinnovationgroup.com