How can we improve our actions?

Take part in our survey and let us know how we have done so far and how we could improve our actions in the future

SDN Finland has become one of the most active chapters in the Service Design Network. A dedicated volunteer team operates our local events. With this survey, we try to find out how we could serve our members better.


It takes about 10 minutes to answer this anonymous survey.

You can answer the survey either in Finnish or in English.


We draw a book prize between those who submit their email.


Here is the link to the survey!


The survey is open until Sunday 2.6.2019


For more information please contact Teija Hakaoja, sdnfinland@gmail.com.


Thank you very much in advance,

Krista Lamberg

krista.lamberg@student.laurea.fi

Laurea-ammattikorkeakoulu

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