Back in 2014 Rait Arro participated in the Estonian Creative Business Cup, and now he is the winner of the Red Dot Product Design Award 2021! He joined forces with Mihkel Masso and together they designed a modular splint, Sheetsplint.
As we all know too well, the tourism industry was devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. With no customers for about nine months, Aquotic’s business went down by 90%. . Fortunately, their online office remained open. So, they never totally closed, and their staff have become proficient in multi-tasking. They borrowed money from a bank at a low interest rate for the next three years. And customers have not given up all travel.
The jury unanimously decided to award the winning spot to Linda van Andel from Connecting Talents for their unique talent platform which helps people look for new professions and join collaborative opportunities through AI matchmaking.
In the 1990s, Noelle Daly co-founded Spinal Injuries Ireland, a support and service agency whose mission is to assist people with a spinal cord injury and their family members to engage fully in society.
In February 2020, Algomo was born with the ambition to revolutionise customer service operations across multiple languages. Based on the most recent breakthroughs in Natural Language Processing (NLP) and more specifically in transfer learning, they created a multilingual chatbot engine, capable of learning from every single human interaction to automatically update its understanding across all languages.
In May 2018, Emagine, an Irish Creative Agency, made a breakthrough in museography by introducing the world’s first virtual reality (VR) experience into an authentic Viking house in the Waterford Viking Triangle.