Service Experience Chicago 2016

Service Experience Chicago is back for its third year! Join our Service Design community as we come together for two full days of learning about co-creating the service systems at the heart of our lives

Register now to join an amazing group of leaders in Service Design on August 25th-26th, 2016. Talks by Birgit Mager, Tenny Pinheiro, Adam Conner,Luis Arnal, Pam Nyberg, Erik Flowers, Megan Miller, and many more. Each day will feature a set of workshops to choose from with a panel discussion on Thursday and a Happy Hour on Friday to end the conference with drinks and networking. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to learn from leading Service Designers working in hospitals, insurance companies, banks, consultancies and start-ups.


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