Join Deutsche Bank to reinvent its customer service experience

Two weeks ago, jovoto launched a brainstorming think tank in partnership with Deutsche Bank. As an SDN member, you are invited to share your vision of how artificial intelligence can help Deutsche Bank reinvent its customer service experience.

There is a 25 000 Euro prize pool up for grabs – as well as a trip to a TEDx event anywhere in the world for two creatives with the best ideas submitted before the 29th of May 15.00 (GMT+2). Plus - those with outstanding concepts will be invited to develop their ideas at the Deutsche Bank innovation lab in Berlin.

Submission deadline: 28th of June

You need to signup on jovoto.com to participate and if you write Service Design Network in “Why should jovoto invite me”, you will be invited straight away. To do so, visit: http://bit.ly/DB-AIBanking

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