Organizer: IDZ Berlin
Lecturers: Bartosz Navarra (Navarra Studio), Fax Quintus (e27), Alexander Wodrich (whydobirds), Jan Modzelewski (Archimedes Exhibitions)
For whom: begining and experienced designers
Number of participants: open meeting
When: 9.10 (Friday), 14:00-16:30
Where: Festival Centre 1, Tymienieckiego Str. 3, room A_120
Fee: Multi-entrance ticket required
Enrollment: none required
ATTENTION! The meeting will be held in English and Polish
We are open to young designers and we want to help them succeed in the market, not only Polish, but also abroad. Therefore,
in cooperation with the International Design Center in Berlin we organize a business-matching meeting, preceded by a lecture held on Friday (the 9th of October) at 11:00 in the lecture room. IDZ has chosen 4 speakers, experts in the field of design to help designers with start in the design area.
During the business-matching meeting the speakers will be available for individual discussion: point of view, ideas and plans
of designers. This will be an opportunity to obtain advice relating directly to the presented problems and issues of participants common interest. Individual conversations will last approx. 15 minutes and will allow participants to exchange views on development objectives of Polish designers and prospects possible fields of cooperation. The aim is to establish the first contacts and get acquainted with the profile of potential business partners. It is also an opportunity to attract new partners for the production of industrial design, creating a network of contacts with companies from the fields of design and Polish and German designers and business companies.
Speakers are chosen by the IDZ within the Berlin Poland project.
IDZ Berlin (International Design Center Berlin) since its founding in 1968 has been a pioneer among design centers in Germany. Thanks to over 40 years of experience, IDZ can call upon a unique pool of networks and competencies in the realm of design.
As a non-profit institution, IDZ has committed itself to design, to the clarification of various aspects of quality in design, and to thoughtful exchange between science and art as well as between business and consumers. IDZ supports its professional network of members through events that contributes to their continuing education and personal growth through specialist exchange. The members of the association include, among others, design and creative professionals, design agencies from various disciplines, and German as well as international institutions and associations.