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Market of innovations

Studies on innovation, the economy and prosperity Stanford Graduate School of Business on promoting innovation: A study by the Stanford Graduate School of Business highlights that innovation is driven not only by technological advances, but also by organisational innovation. Historically, regions that allow free and creative experimentation have achieved economic success. The report emphasises the need to encourage creative problem solving, striking a balance between technological advancement and human

UNESCO’s World Creativity and Innovation Day: UNESCO has designated 21 April as World Creativity and Innovation Day to raise awareness of the role of creativity and innovation in human development. Creative industries such as design, new media and performing arts contribute significantly to income generation, job creation and export earnings. These industries offer developing countries the opportunity to enter high-growth sectors of the economy and promote sustainable development.

The evolutionary-biological, medical, physical and art-historical research documents:
Liedtke’s holistic work innovations, which established his name in art history and in the media as a successor to Leonardo da Vinci, Hegel, Einstein or Beuys in one person, are a novelty in history. The
neuronal transfer of knowledge that Liedtke has been demonstrating in his work since the 1970s has
been confirmed by the research findings of Eric Kandel, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize for Medicine. In
1992, the research group led by Giacomo Rizzolatti documented Liedtke’s knowledge transfer process
in empirical studies using the newly discovered mirror neurons in the brain. The studies confirm his work and state that when insights and knowledge are seen or thought about, they are transferred neurally to the cogniser. If we add epigenetics to this, as Liedtke did in his work from the 1980s onwards, unknown, revolutionary mechanisms of action become visible. These concern biological evolution, genes, DNA, cells, humans, the media, politics and society as well as social sculpture and are recognisably expressed in their interplay of information in various information directions of groups in society. His revolutionary exhibition: New Renaissance i = E = MC2 in museums and the establishment of Globalpeace Campus centres offers, for the first time in history, a global path to a positive and ethical future for all people.

These studies and reports emphasise the central role of creativity in promoting innovation and economic growth. By integrating creative approaches into business and education, countries and companies can achieve sustainable success and prosperity.

Company participation in the innovation market Companies and inventors can accelerate this process by participating in the market. In the Innovation Market, companies and inventors can present, offer and sell their sustainable developments and concepts in their own exhibition space. An app presents the companies’ inventions in relation to the art formula, works of art and the promotion of creativity in over 100 languages.

Over 1000,000 visits to the market for innovations are expected each year.

In the Innovation Market, four of the world’s best sustainable innovation concepts from the fields of transport, housing, health and business will be honoured with the Campus Award as part of an innovation festival and presented to the international press.
The jury consists of CEOs from internationally operating, innovative companies who use a blockchain app to directly and democratically select the award winners.

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