About this Event
Decades of global human activity and the expanding greenhouse effect coupled by the global pandemic and social movements have created an unprecedented interconnected trifecta that needs to be addressed with more urgency than ever. We believe design and holistic systems thinking can be the driving force for change.
As the developers of products and services used by billions of people around the world, industrial designers hold a crucial position: one that demands we look for ways in which their work can ignite social, cultural, and institutional change. By leveraging resources, processes, and a collective voice, designers can establish new ways of thinking and methodologies for brands, companies, across departments and corporate settings that, in turn, can help to ensure the ongoing health of our planet and its precious resources.
The three themes Stephan Clambaneva will cover include:
Attendees will uncover the top-down considerations needed to define a Sustainable, Circular Design, or Zero Waste company-wide initiative. Actualising these opportunities can lead to much-needed cultural development at your company and sustainable business model paradigm shifts, ensuring a strong triple bottom line!
Explore materiality, environmentally-conscious manufacturing processes, eco-design toolkits, guides, and technology that you can take with you and apply in your company for Sustainability, Circular Design, or Zero Waste.
Sustainable Product Experience
Learn from a comprehensive showcase of real examples of sustainable products that skillfully blur the boundaries between singular product and connected experience.
About Stephen Clambaneva
Stephan Clambaneva is a design and innovation leader with comprehensive global experience in areas of digital transformation, design and innovation management, and holistic closed loop systems thinking. He is well versed in providing cross-functional leadership and overseeing associated functions to include strategic planning and partnerships, experience design, product lifecycle management, large-scale project management, new business development, global marketing, team building, manufacturing operations and stakeholder engagement.
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