How can EarlyBirds help organisations achieve growth, sustainability and inclusion?

August 29, 2022 06:23 PM AEST | By Mohammad Zaid
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  • Achieving growth, sustainability and inclusion are the critical challenges that organisations struggle to overcome today.
  • Organisations can take the role of early adopters in the EarlyBirds B2B ecosystem to find solutions for such challenges.
  • EarlyBirds has over 4 million global innovators and offers services, programs and the Edzility framework that can help organisations.

Sustainability can act as one of the key motivators of innovation as it involves making amendments to the products, services, or processes of a business with an intention to attain long-term social and environmental benefits while achieving economic profits for the firm. Innovators are already changing ways of doing business while achieving growth, sustainability and inclusion.

EarlyBirds, an Australian innovation company, has well over 4 million global innovators on its platform. The Company states that these innovators include start-ups, scale-ups as well as mature organisations that are actively involved in creating novel solutions and products. Moreover, the EarlyBirds platform also makes it easier for early adopters  to find and connect with innovators.

Role of EarlyBirds B2B ecosystem

As the global economy emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, the world is still facing several challenges. One of the key challenges is advancing innovation for growth, sustainability and inclusion. EarlyBirds states that the challenge of these three goals might be 10 times greater than the pandemic and even last 10 times longer.

EarlyBirds has highlighted that it can assist organisations in overcoming these challenges and recommends such organisations to participate in the EarlyBirds B2B ecosystem as early adopters. This shall allow early adopters to find and engage closely with innovators and Subject Matter Experts to adopt and implement new technologies, which further support achieving growth, sustainability and inclusion.

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Another issue that EarlyBirds highlights in achieving these three is that there are counteracting forces among each of them.

  • Growth is necessary to achieve prosperity and well-being and pay for the shifts needed for accomplishing a more inclusive and sustainable society.
  • Sustainability is critical for a long-term, tenable view on growth for the present as well as upcoming generations.
  • Inclusion provides all citizens with an opportunity for productive work and life satisfaction, which can further help in driving growth.

Ideal partner for organisations

EarlyBirds has reiterated that it can be the ideal partner for businesses for the development of growth, sustainability and inclusion strategies as well as programs. This is supported by the significant data on sustainable innovators held by the EarlyBirds platform and various EarlyBirds programs that are believed to be the ideal vehicle for making innovation sustainable.

The below image shows various components of the EarlyBirds open innovation ecosystem, which can help in fostering growth, sustainability and inclusion across organisations.

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Organisations, as well as individuals, who want to learn more about EarlyBirds and various ways in which they can help organisations, can visit the EarlyBirds website.


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