Innovation through collaboration

ENTER

by Consorzio ARCA

WAVE is a tool to foster open innovation processes where the close
collaboration between different contributors is the driver to create
social and economic value.The platform is managed by Consorzio
ARCA a public-private partnership promoting the effective
development of innovation ecosystems.

EXPLORE

Here you can


Share


Make your goals and your
skills available for the
community



Develop


Engage your team and
move forward



Solve


Contribute with your
creativity and your
knowledge



Accelerate


Let your initiative develop
quickly and smartly


If you are a seeker


CHALLENGES


Are you seeking for a solution to a
social, environmental or
business problem?


Launch the challenge and put our
talents to work.



PROJECTS


Are you starting an innovative
project in one of our categories?


Find ideas and partner: share it
with our community here.



BRAINSTORMS


Are you looking for experts and
knowledge upon a specific topic?


Start a discussion with the community
and experience the power of collective
intelligence.


If you are a solver


IDEAS


Do you want to give your
contribution?


Many seekers are waiting for your
ideas: show your talent, offer your
partnership and join the team.



HOW-TO


Do you want to teach giving your
contribution with a specific process?


How-To allows you to create step by
step guides sharing structured
knowledge with the community.


Our highlights

Collaborate with
ARCA Textile Lab

ATL is a node of the Textile&Clothes Business Labs network. We want to regenerate the T&C sector through innovation in technologies and business models. Share your disruptive ideas with our community here!

We will help you to change your project into a real
company.

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Categories of interest

Your Intellectual Property

Through Creative Commons license (BY-NC-SA) you are the only owner of original work.

Your work is protected!

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“The best way to have a good idea is to have lots of ideas”.

Linus Pauling