The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), host of the Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM), organizes a special session on scent scent development on the occasion of its annual research forum in Chicago.
“…The arts world of the 21st century should take these innovations as a challenge to make resonant new works incorporating aromas, and not allow these tools to simply become devices for social grooming and more effective product placement.
eScent offers an enabling platform technology and delivery device that emits precise doses of fragrances at the right time, in the right place, depending on context. It is the result of decades of substantial multidisciplinary research lead by Dr. Jenny Tillotson that culminates in numerous topical applications.
Scent Clock provides a new way to tell time through fragrance. The concept draws on the often less stimulated of human senses to serenely mark significant moments in a day: such as waking, going to bed, praying, and eating.
The world’s first olfactory alarm clock uses Kickstarter to generate funding for its development and marketing.
A company promises to provide ‘olfactory comfort’ by making a perfume from the distilled scent of our dearly departed. Could it catch on?
The city of Bern runs a lively blog that monthly discusses business related issues in the economic area of the Swiss capital. Through it, a diverse selection of people from business, culture, civil service and society engage in public discourse. In this context, Claus Noppeney identifies “olfactory milestones” in the remarkable history of the city and shows how this tradition leads to current product innovation.
At the World Perfumery Congress 2014 in Deauville, Claus Noppeney gave a presentation on the value of management […]