Join the group of the SDGC18 global partners. The Service Design Global Conference 2018 is proudly supported by:

 

Cork County Council – Main Conference Sponsor

Cork County Council is a local authority (municipality) that provides a broad range of diverse services to approximately 400,000 citizens in the largest county in Ireland. Key services in areas such as Housing, Planning, Roads, and Environment are delivered to citizens alongside a range of other quality services such as Community Development, Fire Services, Libraries, Arts, Economic Development and Heritage. Cork County Council employs over 2,200 staff to deliver these services and offer the highest possible quality of customer experience. In January 2017 Cork County Council became the first local authority in Ireland to establish a dedicated Service Design centre - Service rePublic. Service rePublic is an innovative partnership with Cork Institute of Technology whereby the Council’s own multi-disciplinary team of Service Designers work with Council staff, management, citizens, elected members and CIT students to co-design essential services.

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ServiceNow – Service Design Awards Sponsor

ServiceNow makes work, work better for people. Their cloud-based platform and products streamline and simplify how work gets done.

Designit

Designit a global strategic design firm, part of the leading technology company, Wipro. We work with ambitious brands to create high-impact products, services, systems and spaces – that people love. With a team of 500+ researchers, designers, technologists and strategists across 15 offices worldwide, we are here to design what matters.

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Livework

Since 2001, Livework has helped innovate and design services with some of the most exciting brands in the world. Our work spans continents and industries, but one thing stays common; the passion we share with our clients to merge customer centricity with good business. The clue is in the name. We improve the way people live and work. We do this by designing services that are better for the people who use and deliver them.