New SDN Chapter in Turkey

SDN Turkey is committed to raise the awareness of Service Design in the country. To do this, SDN Turkey aims to foster a community of people from different pillars of the discipline’s reach. SDN Turkey focuses value creation in three important areas: Advocacy, Education, and Connection.

OUR GOALS ARE...

  • To facilitate collaboration between the members
  • To advocate, support and protect the practice
  • To contribute to the advancement of the study of Service Design in theory, research and practice at all levels of education
  • To collaborate with stakeholders in design and other organisations to foster an understanding of Service Design

 

SDN Turkey is planning a roof-top meet & greet event for its launch on March 02. The event will be an opportunity to bring together members of the local network (professionals, agencies, academia) and discuss service design in Turkey.  Istanbul Service Jams have taken place since the initiation of  Global Service Jams. 


Watch for updates

 

 -- SDN Turkey
SDN Turkey

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