Europe is booming when it comes to innovative ideas for tackling global challenges. However, developing and implementing these solutions on a large scale has proven to be quite challenging.
Current market models do not sufficiently facilitate innovative development. Competition and scarcity are the main drivers. As a consequence, important decisions are made behind closed doors and the potential benefits restricted to key players. This leads to fragmentation and hinders not only innovative development as a whole, but also individual innovators and related stakeholders.