CreativeMornings presents

Talks and Readings

CREATIVEMORNINGS: Sean McNulty

Dates: 29 May - 29 May

Show Time: 8.30am

CreativeMornings is a free monthly breakfast lecture series for creative communities around the world.

Each event is free and includes a 20 minute talk plus coffee!

Following the tremendous success of January’s event, when we welcomed Tommy Tiernan to Project, we are delighted to continue hosting these inspiring mornings and to welcome this month’s speaker Sean McNulty of Dolmen Design to the Big Blue Building.

The theme of the month is Robots.

This month also marks the second birthday of CreativeMornings Dublin!

CreativeMornings on Sean McNulty:

Joining us for our 2nd Birthday (wahoo) is Sean McNulty from Dolmen. Dolmen are an award winning design company. Who better to talk about the creative process? Nom all the creativity … and possibly birthday cake!!!

Sean is a recognised expert in the implementation of design thinking and creativity in industry, delivered through a structured and disciplined proprietary process that has delivered considerable success for client companies across the globe. Success ranges from delivering significant value to the bottom line to award winning patent and IP rich products in a variety of sectors.

Sean also works to embed the core Dolmen Discovery process and culture, embedding the practical tools and techniques of how to verify and validate the unmet and unarticulated needs of their target clients and customers.

In 1991 Sean set up Dolmen with the vision to lead a marketplace mind set change where the value of ideas, creativity and design thinking becomes an essential currency for our clients and their customers an award-winning new product and service development company, who operate out of Dublin with a team of 15 innovation and design experts. Their client base includes Irish, U.K, Spanish, and U.S clients.

Sean has collaborated with Raymond Turner of Raymond Turner Associates, author of the Design Leadership. Where they have implement major transformational programmes, built around leveraging the Strategic Value of Design as a key market differentiator.

Sean has lead a Working Group on the development of the new CEN TS 389 Innovation Management System – due to be published 3.2015.

This event is part of the Year of Irish Design 2015.

This event is free but ticketed.
To register for tickets, please click on the ‘Book Now’ button to take you to the CreativeMornings page.
Tickets are not available via Project Arts Centre’s box office.
Ticket registration will open on Monday 25 May 9.00am.

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This event is presented in partnership with Project Arts Centre, Squarepace and Noone Casey and is part of the Year of Irish Design 2015.

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