Lifestyle Innovation Award 23/24
Here at LifeCare.Network we want to help make the world a better place for us and future generations. We don’t have the global tasks in mind, because that would be presumptuous. In our opinion, many small steps implemented in everybody’s life can be rather decisive for an overall result. So, our aim for a liveable future is to recognize and promote the needs of human being.
With new ideas and innovations, we want to make consumers' lives better, healthier, more beautiful. Companies want to sell more products, but at the same time environmental responsibility is becoming more and more important to both sellers and buyers. We believe that with needs-based innovations, we can all play an active role in shaping the future. For us and for our planet.
In addition to the popular Kitchen Innovation Award, which has been established for 17 years, we are proud to present our latest addition to the award family: the Lifestyle Innovation Award. This means that, effective immediately, our tried and tested selection process is now open to other sectors in the Living and Lifestyle markets.
No ordinary award:
Intended as a design-oriented innovation award our aim with the Lifestyle Innovation Award is to promote demand-oriented product innovation and highlight particularly convincing offers. The Lifestyle Innovation Award honours products that take up and fulfil the growing demand for innovative ideas for a good life, for lifestyle, design, expression of one's own personality and genuine "problem solvers".
All ‘Lifestyle Innovation Award’ winners receive a seal that provides information at a glance about the outstanding performance of their product.
And for the most popular product a very special honour awaits
the Golden Award - Best of the Best.
ANNUAL TREND ANALYSIS FOR THE ‘LIFESTYLE INNOVATION AWARD’
Current trending topic:
The changing face of homes across generations: Will generations Y and Z rethink the existing lifestyle?
To do so, we'll be working in partnership with the renowned market research institute K&A BrandResearch as part of our annual trend analysis programme. The focus is on the following questions, such as: