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Break Through Innovation

Event details
Tuesday, 22 May 2018
10:00 am – 16:00 pm
Overview
Workshop around Design in Innovation

Break Through Innovation

Setting out on your journey to develop a new product or service can be challenging and often unclear. KTN is hosting an event to help you navigate this path and manage the risk and uncertainty on your journey into new product or service development.

Using the right tools early enough can successfully tackle many of challenges you face such as:

  • understanding what potential customers will buy – what do they want or really need
  • how to communicate a novel proposition to potential investors and convince them to fund it
  • how to quickly and cheaply prove concept before committing any investment to that development
  • not having the right connections and relationships yet with people

In the morning, you will hear insights and advice directly from SMEs who have used design early to solve these innovation challenges and have generated successful new investment propositions, refined product and service offers and transformed business models as a result. Whether start-ups or scale ups, micro or a well established companies, each has transferable insights to help move ahead with greater confidence regarding new product and service development.

In the afternoon, there will be a chance to network with designers and solution providers and to see how KTN may be able to help your business advance. Our experts can offer cross-cutting and sector specific support including:

You will leave this event armed with a network of new contacts, a detailed understanding of how early stage design planning can help you manage risk and mitigate challenges, and insights into the next steps you need to take on your journey into product or service innovation.

If you are interested in seizing this opportunity, please register your interest for this free event.  We will contact you to confirm your place.

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