Archives For ideas

Today, The New York Times launched a startup incubator. Many are asking why they would do this. They have a pretty good answer right on their site:

It is simple: The New York Times, and media in general, are in the midst of unprecedented change. Our core purpose remains to enhance society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information. We want to push ourselves and push others to find the best ways to do so, and we believe that timeSpace can be a part of that process.

Like the Times, we are looking for the best ideas. The ideas that will grow the Kingdom of God.



Have a great idea?

Brian —  October 9, 2012

Innové exists to help young social entrepreneurs grow their ideas. If you have an idea that could change the world and are under 35 years old and live in the greater Twin Cities metro area, then we invite you to submit your proposal. We are putting up $250,000 to fund and launch ideas.

All ideas should for for the purpose of social and cultural betterment. In other words, they should seek to make the world a better place. Whether they seek justice, clothe the naked, feed the starving, help the widowed and orphaned in their distress, or loose the chains of bondage, we want to hear about it. Speak from you passion.

The idea can be from an individual or a team of entrepreneurs working together. It can be a pure start-up or an existing non-profit that is looking for help to scale to the next level.

Again, speak from your passion and the God-given creativity within you. We aim to support, strengthen, and launch your idea, turning it into a reality.