DT|UX Summit 2023: Moving towards Humanity-Centred Innovation Strategies to Design for Sustainability and Drive Business Growth
Consumers are becoming increasingly conscious and discerning in their buying habits, placing greater emphasis on the processes behind their purchases. As a result, businesses have shifted their priorities, choosing suppliers or partners who embody green and fair practices in their operations, and redefining the value they bring to their stakeholders.
While human-centred innovation has helped many businesses to win with their consumers, how else can they navigate issues of sustainability and business growth?
This year’s DT|UX Summit theme is “Using Humanity-Centred Innovation Strategies to Design for Sustainability and Drive Business Growth.” Discover how industry champions and thought leaders are working to achieve better sustainability and business growth by leveraging the larger framework of humanity-centred innovation.
Speakers will include Adrien Desbaillets (Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer at SaladStop! Group), Jaspreet Kochhar (Director, Research & Development at Procter & Gamble), Don Norman (Co-Founder & Principal of Nielson Norman Group), Marisa Agrasut (Managing Partner at The Inceptery), Maish Nichani (Co-founder & Principal of PebbleRoad), and Kelly Tan (Deputy Director at DesignSingapore Council). View their profiles on the DT|UX Summit website.
Discover more at: dtuxsummit.com
Formed in 2014, the User Experience Centre (UXC) is a collective of four design thinking units that have been active since 2010 when Singapore Polytechnic (SP) first introduced user-centric design in the organisation.
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22 Sep 2023
9am – 4pm
Singapore Polytechnic Convention Centre (SPCC)
500 Dover Road
Free with Registration
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