New technologies are enabling new ways to interact with money and customers, expectations towards financial services are changing tremendously. To foster change and raise opportunities for service design in this area, we are proud to announce our very first Special Interest Group Trend Report on Financial Services.

Written by Gravitytank, with the support of many SDN members and other service design thought leaders, this report explores major trends disrupting the way we spend, save and invest money.

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