Apply What You Learn

How can you apply what you learn from other cultures?

In the early 1900s Clarence Birdseye, a fur trader, lived in Labrador, Canada. He learned the native method of freezing fish and meat outdoors in order to preserve it for cooking months later.

He brought this newfound knowledge back to the United States where he applied the process to a whole range of foods, started his well-known company in 1924, and made a fortune selling frozen foods – an old idea from a different culture.

Content courtesy of the Ah Ha! Discovery Deck, developed by John Cronin at the ipCapital Group to help inventors solve real-world problems.

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