SDGC18 Call for speakers

The Service Design Global Conference is the community's annual highlight attracts more than 700 thinkers, doers, and leaders to come together, network and exchange ideas. For the 11th edition in Ireland's beautiful capital, we are looking for inspiring people to share their insights on how to move from service design methods and tools to delivery, management, measurement, and other emerging topics.

Do you have a story to tell about how you moved from insights to execution quickly and achieved meaningful results? How you ensured the designed service is what is getting delivered and is making a real impact on the world?

Then submit your proposal for a talk or workshop (or any other innovative format) here and join us to explore 'Designing to Deliver'.

 

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