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Media Partners

For more info on becoming a media partner, please contact Kacey Anderson at or 646.895.7317.

    • Fast Company

      Fast Company is the only business media brand that inspires change. With creativity at our core, and vibrant storytelling in our DNA, we drive progress within our community and push the world forward.

    • Inc. Magazine

      Inc. Magazine is the only major business magazine written for the journey from start-up to a fully managed company. Every issue of Inc. delivers real solutions for today's innovative company creators.

    • FERN

    • THE HUB

      Established in 2004 as a print magazine, The Hub ( has evolved into a community of brand-experience leaders across all product and service categories who are dedicated to the principle that brands are promises kept. Through white papers, research and discussion in pages of The Hub Magazine, presentations at the annual Hub Live symposium, think tanks, benchmark studies, share groups, an awards program and more, The Hub is the center of excellence in the brand experience.

    • Innovation Excellence

      Innovation Excellence is the onilne home of the global innovation community, building upon a rapidly-growing network with thousands of members from over 150 countries - thought leaders, practitioners, consultants, vendors, and academia.  Our mission is to provide a forum for connection and conversation across this community - assembling an ever-growing arsenal of resources, best practices and proven answers for achieving innovation excellence.

    • Innovation Leader

      Innovation Leader is membership organization for corporate innovation executives. Providing resources, research, tools, networking, and information to assist innovation teams at large companies, Innovation Leader reaches more than 8.000 innovation executives every week. Details at

    • Innovation Leadership Forum

      The Innovation Leadership Forum (ILF) is a visionary and original Think (and Do) Tank dedicated to helping organisations understand and improve their innovation performance. It does so through a number of different avenues:
      ILF Networking Group
      The membership-based networking initiative, sometimes referred to as 'Innovators Anonymous' enables its members to,
      Share existing and create new knowledge around innovation;
      - Engage deeply with and between member companies;
      - Benchmark within and across member companies;
      - Keep up to date with latest development in innovation.
      Innovation Council
      Providing a sounding board for and advice on innovation to senior leaders and innovation teams.
      A set of 6 MasterClasses to provide a 360° approach to embedding innovation into organisations.
      Workshops, presentations, public speaking
      Bespoke workshops and presentations, be it for teams, company boards or conference audiences.
      Innovation Assessment
      Understanding current conditions for innovation, using the Innovation Wave® an award winning web-enabled facilitated assessment tool.

      The ILF was set up by Dr Bettina von Stamm in 2004, building to allow her to pursue her long-standing passion for understanding and enabling innovation, a field in which she has worked independently since 1992.

    • MISC

      MISC magazine is a quarterly review of innovation and design thinking in business and culture. Published by Idea Couture, MISC embodies the speed, intellectual depth and emotional intensity of a world in which movement, intuition, structure and complexity challenge us to create a viable, sustainable and prosperous future.

    • PDMA

      Serving people with a professional interest in new products, The PDMA is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the theory and practice of new product development and management. It focuses on the needs of senior practitioners and academics whose common interest is the creation of new goods and services. The membership is drawn from a broad spectrum of management functions with roughly equal representation from both technical and marketing areas. The interdisciplinary blend of PDMA's membership is further differentiated by a balance of industry participation ranging from packaged goods to high technology to industrial markets. Approximately 70% of the members are corporate practitioners with the remainder coming from academia and service providers.