“Form follows function.” – Louis Sullivan


Every law office that we know of has the same assembly line for the production of ideas: partner lectures young lawyers with legal pads. Assignments like “Google this” or “find me a case that says…” are dutifully reduced to ink on paper, to be performed some time later.

This is no way to run an army. The nugget of the idea gets dissipated, other assignments get in the way, time passes—the quality idea gets lost. This traditional means of managing the production of a business solution is precisely the opposite of the dictate that form should follow function. The quality idea behind our inQbator is that there is no delay for translating an idea to digital reality. We promote the free flow of ideas by assembling all of the necessary tools to explore ideas in one place.

Andrés Rivero introduces the inQbator

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