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August 29 After work session 17-18:30 with Fjord "Change is all around us"

News: Aug 16, 2016

BDL and ADA Sweden organize an after work session with Marysol Ortega from the Stockholm office of Fjord, Design and Innovation from Accenture Interactive
Place: HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Aulan (Library)
Free of charge, but limited number of seats so registration is needed: info@adasweden.se (2016 08 26 at the latest)
 

The digitisation of everything is rapidly gaining adoption in multiple industries, from sport to healthcare, from retail to insurance, and it is finding its way into our daily lives like never before. By the year 2020 there will be more than 20,000,000,000 connected devices. Consumers, customers, users, employees are expecting their world to be shaped by this new generation of services, the standards of which is now set by the best of breed across the entirety of their experiences. To be successful, companies need to understand what customers really value beyond their industries sector boundaries. There is a cultural change.

We have defined a framework that support business to bring up to life design solutions that have a real impact on people lives. We believe on Innovation with a purpose. We believe in transforming companies and products by improving people's lives.

Join us on a Rapid Innovation talk about the next wave of digital innovation methodologies from the perspective of customer needs and business drivers.

Register at info@adasweden.se - by 2016 08 26
• Date for the after work: 2016-08-29
• Time: 17:00 till 18:30
• Place: HDK Aulan (Library), Kristinelundsgatan 6-8
• Organizers: Business & Design Lab & ADA
Webbsida: https://www.facebook.com/events/1611230429187911/
 

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