"Creative Journey" unconfernce with the support of Service Design Network

On 19.09.2017 In Sofia, Bulgaria, was held "Creative Journey" unconference with the support of Service Design Network.

Photo credit: Asen Kralev
Photo credit: Asen Kralev - Creative Journey unconference
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Photo credit: alnik.me - Creative Journey unconference
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Photo credit: alnik.me - Creative Journey unconference | Eleonora Carnasa

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