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Hmm. What about being a local organiser?

As a local Jam organiser, you will host a great weekend, helping others learn about a design-based approach to creativity and problem solving, and about service design.

  • You don't need to be an expert, but you will meet people from your region who are interested in a design-based approach, in service and customer experience, and work closely with them.
  • You will be in contact with other organisers globally, all of whom will be worth knowing.
  • Whether you are an expert or a complete beginner, you will pick up a load of new ideas and work practices.
  • You will meet a lot of great people at all levels of experience.
  • You will have the opportunity to showcase your own experience, interests and ideas with participants and the press.
  • You will have great freedom to organise and shape your local jam as you wish, as long as a few basic guidelines and rules are observed.
  • You will not get rich (the Global Service Jam is non-profit), but you might get famous.
  • You will certainly have a great time. :)

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