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"Design Networking Hub – let’s connect!" auf der Munich Creative Business Week
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International cooperation is becoming increasingly important. But how does intercultural cooperation work? What challenges must be mastered, what opportunities open up? Funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, the Design Networking Hub was established in 2021 as a cross-border knowledge and networking platform for designers, architects and creative professionals to support international cooperation projects in the field of design.

The German Design Council and the German Design Museum Foundation, in cooperation with The Nomad Magazine, will present the Hub in a panel discussion at the Munich Creative Business Week on 20 May 2022:

The event “Design Networking Hub – let’s connect!” will address the following questions: How can solutions for social challenges be designed on an intercultural level? And can an international community be activated to enable an equal exchange of knowledge and skills? Speakers from the cultural and creative industries will address these questions and more in the panel discussion and look forward to a lively exchange with the audience. The event will be moderated by journalist Yoko Choy.

Exchange at eye level

An important concern of the Design Networking Hub is the exchange at eye level, because all participants should learn from each other and develop together. In order to make the information offered as user-oriented as possible, a pilot group of five German and five Kenyan young designers/architects was put together to work in small teams through the entire process of a bilateral cooperation project. In the areas of mobility, housing and digitalisation, they are jointly developing new product and business ideas or non-profit concepts.


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