Design Futures: How do you use design thinking to make a social impact?


The Circle

4-6 Staffa Place, Dundee, DD2 3SX

Dundee, Scotland, GB, DD2 3SX

We are delighted to welcome back Open Change to The Circle to facilitate a morning of using design thinking to explore how your idea for a business, social enterprise or charity can make a difference. This enjoyable practical session will help you become clearer, look at different ways of achieving your aims and set you on the right path for developing an enterprise that makes a positive change.

We will hear from Kirsty Thomson on the support package available via The Circle from UnLtd for building resilient communities. Previous and current participants in the Resilient Communities programme will also be on hand to talk about their experiences.

If you have thought of a product or service that can help others and want to see it in action, this session is for you.

This event is part of the Fire Starter Festival 2019. The Fire Starter Festival is an annual festival highlighting and celebrating innovation and creativity in Scottish public services, with a particular focus on transformational change. The Festival is curated and organised by Scottish Government, with events hosted by a broad range of public sector, third sector and community organisations. In 2019 it will run between 28 January – 8 February.

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