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How do we design products for people and profit?

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ARBORETUM

2A Charing Cross Rd

Charing Cross

London

WC2H 0HF

United Kingdom

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We're partnering with One Question to bring you a unique event experience exploring the frontiers of product leadership.

Designed to challenge the way you think about your every day and break down echo chambers, we'll answer a single question from a range of different perspectives: How do we design products for people and profit?

We will be joined by a number of leading speakers, including;

  • Lisa Hogg – former Director of Marketing and Giving at TOMS

  • Ben Ryan – Director of Glaze Prosthetics

  • Matt Hart – Brand Innovator

  • James Scroggs – Chairman of One Question

  • Milan Bates - Cardiothoracic Surgeon at Bristol Royal Infirmary

  • Craig Hepburn – Head of Digital Transformation at UEFA

  • Katie Vanneck-Smith - Co-founder and Publisher of Tortoise Media

  • Ross Sleight - Chief Strategy Officer at Somo

  • Sarah Parsonage - Founder of One Question

This event offers an insightful, fascinating and novel opportunity to gain a holistic understanding of the complex product landscape, to inspire – and drive – change.


Who should attend

This insightful evening event will be most valuable for C-suite and senior professionals working across a variety of industries – from banking to travel, retail, automotive and many more.

If you’re interested in digital technology and new trends, and want to explore how to build digital products that boost customer experience and deliver real business results, sign up today.


The event is free to attend, but places are limited. Don’t miss your spot – sign up today and we’ll be in touch to confirm your place.

Please register using a business email address.

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