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Innovation is the process of making changes to something established by introducing something better and, as a consequence, new.
Innovation may also refer to:
- Financial innovation, a term used in some discourses on economy
- Innovative Communications Corporation, a telecommunications company in the United States Virgin Islands
- L'Innovation Department Store, former Belgian department store chain, known for the disastrous 1967 L'Innovation Department Store fire
In entertainment and media
In literature and publications
- Innovation (magazine), a magazine compiling recent developments in the area of research in Singapore and globally
- Innovations (journal), an academic journal about entrepreneurial solutions to global challenges
- Innovation Comics, a Wheeling, West Virginia-based comic book company active in the late 1980s and early 1990s
- Innovation (album), a 2010 album by Pink Lady
- Innovations (album), a 1985 album by El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
- Innovation (television), a PBS TV series 1984-2004
In other uses
- Innovation (signal processing) a concept in statistical signal processing
- Bid‘ah, any type of innovation in Islam
- NPO Novator (Russian for innovator), a Russian company that designs long-range anti-aircraft missiles
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