In order to help your organisation to get a grip on innovation and achieve short-term tangible results, we develop your future strategy. This is how we do it!

Innovation model TomorrowLab


In foresight we investigate trends and uncertainties which could impact your organisation’s future. As for example economical movements, demographic and sociological changes, technological trends and many more. We explore ways to seize opportunities and mitigate threats.


We map future scenarios to be able to react fast to unexpected events and changing market conditions. Together we explore strategic options and crystalize your future mission which lead to an agile and dynamic strategy. To assure that your organisation has the ability to anticipate and stays on a future proof track, we help your organisation to develop the right capabilities. We implement a dynamic roadmap to achieve the company’s goals.

Develop & deliver
We turn your most valuable ideas into validated ideas by stresstesting them on the company’s future scenarios, vision and strategy. With the right business model, fit for future, we will guide the customer towards a first proof of concept, minimum viable product and further implementation.

Innovation excellence

Bringing innovation into a company doesn’t go without profound change, therefore it’s important to keep the organisation aligned. We incorporate innovation in the DNA of your organisation and your people, providing them with methods to unroll an efficient innovation strategy, drive change and embrace innovative initiatives.


Throughout the whole innovation track TomorrowLab is the incubator: farming relationships, connecting companies and organisations to one another. We organise round tables and establish ecosystems in order for organisations to stay relevant and combine their strengths for relevant partnerships which leads to new and often disruptive value propositions.

Tomorrow Lab BMC

6 ways to get the most out of your Business Model Canvas

Strategyzer’s Business Model Canvas (BMC) is a great tool to map out the crucial elements of your business strategy. Here at TomorrowLab, we use it a lot in customer workshops. Unfortunately, stubborn misconceptions or a lack of knowledge often prevent organisations to get good results with this tool. To make this easier for you, here are six ways to get more out of your BMC sessions.

Digital twin

The rise of the digital twin: driving innovation across industries

The digital twin has become one of the pillars of Industry 4.0. This digital representation of a physical process or service has become standard practice in modern engineering to drive innovation and improve performance. For manufacturing companies in particular, digital twins offer many benefits. They can help to rapidly adapt to changing economic conditions, reduce costs, or better anticipate changes in the market. But the digital twin is gaining attention in other sectors as well, such as healthcare and smart cities.