Secure commercialization of your
ideas, products and technologies
Institute for the digital economy
What is WIP?
WIP is planned to be the largest world innovation platform where one may be connected with investors, potential partners, share and sell new ideas, products, and technologies.
WIP brings major actors together to solve key challenges, transforming ideas into return on investment.
WIP motivates everyone to collaborate ensuring more sustainable progress.
WIP commits to community standards, codes of conduct, and acceptable use policies to expressly prohibit the distribution of terrorist and violent extremist content. We believe this is important to establish baseline expectations for users and to articulate a clear basis for removal of this content from our platforms and services and suspension or closure of accounts distributing such content.
Enter the platform
To use the platform, you must register by choosing your login and password.
With only one click, you can join the group of scientists.
WIP will link the group with investors who may finance this group's work and you may get funded for your piece of work.
Once you put your profile into the platform, it will become visible to a large number of employers who may offer you a job that better suit your qualifications.
The platform is the marketplace of innovation. Once you wish to expand your company or you have just started a company, you may attract investors who will buy your technology, products or services.
World technology news
IBM has outlined its latest strategy: using its $34 billion purchase of Red Hat, the largest ever acquisition of a business software company, to get a big piece of the lucrative cloud computing market.
The deal is a high-stakes bet for IBM and its leader, Ginni Rometty. Amazon and Microsoft dominate the cloud computing industry, with Google a distant third.
Staffbase, a mobile-first platform that enables employees to communicate, access work-related services and stay updated with company information, has raised $23 million in Series C funding.
Founded in Chemnitz, Germany, and now with more than 200 employees across 7 locations, including a HQ in New York, Staffbase is an app and platform designed to wean employees off email for a range of communication, information and internal company processes.
In the latest development, TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Bolt, the Estonian ridesharing, scooter and food delivery company that operates across Europe — most recently opening for business in London — and a number of emerging markets, has completed the first tranche of its latest round of funding. The equity injection bumps up the valuation of the company to over $1 billion, money that Bolt plans to use to fuel its international growth.