Isobar To Help Businesses Tackle Social Impact Challenges With Free ‘Design Jam’

Isobar To Help Businesses Tackle Social Impact Challenges With Free ‘Design Jam’
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Isobar Australia’s business division dedicated to societal impact work, Isobar Good, is inviting businesses across Australia to enter for the chance to take part in a free ‘Design Jam’.

A Design Jam uses human-centred design to explore the social impact challenge at hand, providing participants with the opportunity to experiment with concepts and prototypes that address their social impact challenge.

Working with Isobar Good consultants in a full-day session, the participants will explore how the prototypes could be implemented and get a basic understanding of design thinking, with the ultimate goal of producing a concept that can be executed.

The Design Jam forms part of Dentsu Aegis Network’s ‘One Day for Change’, an annual initiative in which all staff across the Asia-Pacific region stop work to give back to the communities in which they live and work.

For your chance to participate in the Isobar Good Design Jam, you can submit your entry here no later than Friday 11 May 2018. The Design Jams will be scheduled in June across Australia.

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