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London, EC2Y 8DD
United Kingdom

+44 20 3318 5728

London-based creative training, consulting & strategic design company providing onsite & public courses on the Creative Problem Solving Process, team-building, leadership, entrepreneurial mindset, business storytelling, applied improvisation and innovation facilitation. We run ideation sessions, we mentor, we coach, we deliver. In all we do, we're here to make you more agile & more successful in the face of change. 

Impact 2014 - come play with KILN

Events

Catch up with KILN at these public events.

Impact 2014 - come play with KILN


  • Grange Tower Bridge Hotel 45 Prescot Street London E1 8GP UK

UK Market Research Society Annual Conference

Impact 2014 promises to be a festival of ideas,  mashups, collisions and conversations drawing together researchers, research commissioners, creatives and change makers. KILN will be at Impact - with our ears to the ground, and our noses to the wind on Day 1. All so we can shake out a problem domain that matters to the UK research community ahead of our workshop on Day Two:

Think with Your Hands

Can we take espresso-sized gluts of insights in, and generate questions and ideas quickly? That's what this hands-on workshop will explore. We'll wrestle to the ground a real-world challenge that the festival-conference throws up on Day One….all in just 60 minutes. Our tools will include tiny trend notes and full-sized 3-dimensional objects. So get ready, get set, grasp-grapple-grip. With KILN. 

You can join us at 11.55am on Day Two March 18. Numbers limited to so queue early to ensure you get a seat. 

Up to 8 circles of 8 each will work in parallel. It's like a hackathon for people who de-code. 

Book now for Impact 2014

Early bird booking closes 31 January. Register now here

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