RKS Sessions – Why Every Entrepreneur Needs to Think Like a Designer

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Tuesday, February 3rd, 7:00 – 9:00 pm

RKS Sessions: Why Every Entrepreneur Needs to Think Like a Designer

Hosted at Cross Campus, the leading collaborative, on-demand work space and business event venue in Los Angeles.

Design is critical for startup success. Some of the most successful startups of the decade such as AirBnB, Pinterest, and Nest have all been founded or co-founded by designers, in fact. Yet, while design has clearly become a critical component of business success, it remains outside the ken of many entrepreneurs. How can you too incorporate the wonders of design into your own visionary ideas?

On February 3rd, join us as internationally acclaimed designer Ravi Sawhney, CEO of the global design and innovation firm RKS, demonstrates how design and design thinking can be integrated into any business—from apps, to products, to services. Ravi will illustrate the RKS Psycho-Aesthetics design thinking methodology that has consistently delivered highly successful and innovative products and services, such as the Wikipad Gamevice, Kor water bottle, and more.

Want to learn how design thinking can enhance your own business or start-up? Do not miss this event.

 

Event Program

7:00pm – 7:20 pm   | RKS Sessions Welcome Reception

7:20 pm – 8:00pm   | Introductions & Presentation

8:00 pm – 8:15 pm   | Q&A

8:15 pm – 9:00pm    | Networking

 

Tickets and more info here. Use discount code RKSIDSA for $5 off your ticket.

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