Innovation Space is a program within Arizona State University in which two different sponsors fund three teams up to two thousand dollars so they may attempt to solve a prompt given by the sponsor. The teams consist of one student from each of the different schools Arizona State University contains. This includes one student from the W.P.Carey School of Business, Fulton School of Engineering, the School of Design, and School of Sustainability. This year, we had the opportunity to work with Johnson & Johnson and Adidas. Over the course of the year, we worked with Johnson & Johnson to deliver a more organic solution to typical mosquito repellent. The entire year consisted of seven phases. The first four phases dealt with customer research; much of this work involved secondary research online, surveys, interviews, and observations to discover our customer and validate that they would buy our product. Once we discovered who our customer was, then we had to brainstorm a solution to their customer pains. At the end of phase four, we had narrowed our brainstorming down to the top three ideas. Phases five through seven consisted of picking our top idea based off of our presentation to the stakeholders at Johnson & Johnson. Phases five through seven focused on how we would launch our product. At the end of the year, we had multiple business reports that continued to build on each other over the course of the year, as well as many other reports such as SWOT analysis, external forces conditions, and market fit plan.