Service rePublic, a joint initiative by Cork County Council and Cork Institute of Technology, is excited to announce the hosting of a major international service design conference in Fota Island Resort, Cork, on Tuesday, September 26.
‘The International Service Design Experience’ event is expected to attract in the region of 400 delegates and is being organised by Cork County Council (CCC) and Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), in conjunction with the Service Design Network (SDN) which represents the global service design community internationally.
Service Design promotes a design-led approach to transforming services and aims to develop better services by working with service users to understand their needs. September 26 will see national and international design and innovation leaders converge in Cork to discuss service design policies and perspectives in an international context and present best-practice exemplars of service design in both the public and private sectors.
This is the first event of its kind in Ireland and will be an exciting conference for people from all sectors interested in Service Design and design thinking, to meet and share their ideas and experience.
The format includes rapid-fire presentations and expert panel discussions along with opportunities for delegates to network with national and international leaders in Service Design.
Conference delegates will learn about the innovative and transformative ways that Service Design is having an impact in Ireland and internationally.
It is a unique opportunity for delegates to hear first-hand from an array of highly influential and respected speakers about the growing range of Service Design initiatives that are underway in both the public and private sectors.
Further information on the full conference programme for September 26th, and links to registration are available at www.servicedesignireland.com