Innovation is necessary to stay relevant in the business world today. Without adaptation and novel creation it's nearly impossible to compete on a sustainable scale. The importance of this emphasis begs the question, "how can a company foster innovation?"
An environment where ingenuity can prosper is difficult to cultivate. Most offices that house large companies have the resources to pursue novel ideas but can be so tied up with executing on existing projects (which pay the bills) that crazy ideas become less of a priority. Solo entrepreneurs have difficulty on the opposite end of the spectrum with either too many great ideas that drain the cash coffers, one that is never given up on, or a lack of resources to pursue anything at all.
That's why small to mid-sized companies have a huge advantage. In the early days of starting a company it's often a time of exploration, defining the long-term vision, and attempting to clarify what's important to maintain that vision. Moreover, each day becomes a new opportunity to innovate. Each project paving the career path of the founders and early employees. And, perhaps most importantly, those early projects create the positive cash-flow that provides a bank of resources necessary to pursue more.
But, no matter how much money's in the bank, who does the work is the critical component of developing, designing, and fabricating the prototypes. In truth, it all comes down to people. Without creative thinkers and out of the box problem solvers there would be no outlet for companies of any type to be inventive.
Are you an innovator? Looking for an opportunity to bring your creative genius to life? Want to work in a shop that will encourage your crazy ideas but challenge your approach? Then come work here.
Ryzing Technologies is a research and development focused engineering firm that specializes in work with textiles and rigid inflatables. Of course that doesn't tell the full story so get in touch with us, the people who make it a great place to work, invent, and collaborate to make the world a better place.
Located in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, the City of Waynesboro adds an engineered textile stage backdrop to set the scene at their annual Groovin' at the Greenway free concert series.