History has shown that innovation is born in times of change. And while COVID-19 isn’t fully behind us, innovators and leaders are poised and ready to get back in the saddle (albeit virtually). With budgets opening back up, it’s time to take what we’ve learned over the last year and apply it.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the US will be the key player in the projected 6% world economic growth this year. Given that the average growth rate is typically 3.1%, 2021 is pacing to be an incredible year for innovation. COVID-19 uncovered opportunities in everything from telehealth to food delivery. Changes people thought would never happen, or take forever to happen, are already here—and we’re not going back. Will any of us really start seeing our therapist or going to PTA meetings in-person again? No. As the world begins to reopen, we’re more hungry than ever for products and services that save us time and make our lives easier so we can enjoy what matters most.
Moving forward with enthusiasm and speed might feel difficult right now. After a year of budget cuts and layoffs, many businesses looking to drive change are working with downsized teams while still expected to deliver results quickly. To the product teams, engineers, and founders looking to capture the momentum, we’ve got good news: Loft is here to help.
We’re ready to partner with you to achieve your innovation goals. Maybe you’ve been collecting data and insights from your users and are ready to get going on your second version, maybe you’re ready to launch a new product, maybe you need help making a strategic plan for harnessing the newly available capital and energy, or maybe your team could use support creating a roadmap for moving your product development forward. No matter where you and your team fall on the spectrum, we’ve got you covered.
From the first conversations to the final spec, Loft will take your ideas to the next level. We have a wealth of experience sourcing the perfect materials, and will support you through the manufacturing process to ensure the design and functional intent remain intact.