TALK100 Session 5

Wed 19 2015 @ 13:00 - 14:30
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  • Venue:   Watershed, Jubilee Hall 1, V&A Waterfront
  • Event Host:   Open Design
  • Admission:   R50
  • Contact: Open Design,

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About TALK100  

A series of lunchtime talks open to everyone interested in bringing positive change to their communities, cities and working environments. A panel of industry professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs share insights and experiences with a diverse audience of the public and the design industry. An open informal discussion gives the audience a chance to participate.

Get comfortable, share ideas and network.

TALK100 Session 5 


The design thinking process has enabled the medical profession to develop products and solutions that can improve health care in rural and under-resourced communities in South Africa. Riaan Conradie from LifeQ and HealthQ Technologies has a deep understanding of various fields, from biology, physics, and engineering to functional design and business ecosystems. He has spent the past six years focusing his entrepreneurial energy on the pursuit of his most committed vision: to create an applied systems biology-enabled ecosystem that delivers content that can be actioned, is relevant to context, is universally accessible and can improve health.

John Hutchinson and Phil Goodwin’s fetal heart rate monitor has saved lives around the world. The Fetal Heart Rate Monitor won the 2009 INDEX: Design to Improve Life®, the most prestigious design award in the world. Designer Byron Qually is the talk moderator.

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Location: Watershed, Jubilee Hall 1, V&A Waterfront
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