Do you have a keen interest in innovation? Do you have the skills to develop your own ideas? DHL is calling all students, start-ups and visionaries to enter DHLInnovation Challenge 2017.
The 2017 DHL Innovation Challenge will focus on the important trend of Sharing Economy Logistics – Creating Shared and Accessible Solutions for the Logistics Industry.
This challenge is open to anyone with a creative and innovative idea for a Sharing Economy Logistics solution - one that creates value for all stakeholders.
Your idea could be about sharing logistics assets, infrastructure, or resources with consumers. It could be about applying the latest technologies to create shared access to logistics services or underutilized assets. Your concept could be a new product, a service solution, or even a concept for a slick mobile app to share belongings. Just make sure your idea is relevant to logistics and demonstrates value to all parties involved, whether businesses, consumers, or peers.
WHAT CAN YOU WIN?
Pitch your concept to senior executives and logistics professionals at DHL Innovation Day 2017
Participate in a joint proof-of-concept with DHL
Win €5,000 with DHL
Display the winning concept at the DHL Innovation Centers
How to enter?
It’s really easy to enter. You don’t need to be a designer, a logistics expert, or an engineer to enter; you just need to be imaginative and aged 18+ on the competition submission deadline.
All entries must be submitted by 16th September 2017 at 5 pm GMT
Call for Papers: Touchpoint Vol. 10 No. 3 "Managing Service Design"
“Managing Service Design” is the feature theme of the upcoming issue of Touchpoint. We invite you to become an author and help to advance the service design field and its practices. Submit your abstracts until 30 November 2018.
Service Design Award 2018: Congratulations to the Winners!
Congratulations to the 2018 Winners and Finalists! The much anticipated, third Service Design Award ceremony was a huge success, taking place from October 11-12 in magnificent Dublin. The ceremony and Service Design Award finalist exhibition were key highlights of the 2018 Service Design Global Conference.
Over the last three months the Canadian Chapter of the Service Design Network has been hard at work: (1) putting in place the necessary infrastructure to administer the chapter, particularly challenging given the geographic span of Canada; (2) promoting the chapter and supporting local events; and (3) planning our first major multi-city initiative. What follows is a detailed accounting of each of these areas.