Sharing economy within the lifestyle industry

On Wednesday 29 October, Design School Kolding will host a masterclass about sharing economy within the lifestyle industry focusing on sustainability.

Are you a designer or a design student working with textiles, constructions or fashion, or product/branding? Are you interested in sharing economy and sustainability? And do you want to team up with other students and ideate for a new, innovative sustainable concept? Then check out this event.

From 10.00-12.00 the event is open for everyone and will offer talks by Mette Abrahamsen, network director, Innovationsnetværk Service Platform. Vigga Svensson, co-founder of the circular subscription service for children's wear, VIGGA. And last but not least Lynda Grose, Designer and Assistant Professor at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

From 12.30-15.00 there will be an ideation workshop for students only.

There is a limited number of spots available. Register at svea@innonetlifestyle.com no later than 24 April. Participation is free of charge. Remember to say whether you are a student and what school/programme you are attending.

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