15 May 2020, 14:00 EEST
How could we help in designing better companies? For the past 20 years Jeremiah has worked for companies such as Nokia, Marimekko, Iittala and Arabia. He used to think that the work was about designing better brands, but recently came to the realization that it's about designing better companies. Learn what you can do to help design the way a company runs, shape the offering, and design the teams and the interaction between interdependent people. Jeremiah will be joined by two guests: Helmi Saksala who works with new forms of storytelling and communication, and Ville Tikka who is the CEO of Poem, a top tier consultancy that uses social sciences to help companies create real value.
You are welcome to engage in the discussion and participate with other creative professionals on what we as the creative industry can do to help design better companies. There is so much that can already be addressed. Let's make it happen!
Jeremiah Tesolin is a multidisciplinary design specialist with a background in designing companies and helping improve people’s lives at home. He’s lived in Finland for twenty years and has dedicated his time to help Finnish companies succeed internationally. Jeremiah has developed several iconic Finnish brands by working with design on the inside of the companies. He believes that life needs to be considered first when designing lifestyle branding in order to make a long-term difference. During his time in Finland, Jeremiah has worked as Creative Director for Fiskars Group helping develop Iittala, Arabia and Rörstrand by building an internal design team and revitalising the brands through product portfolio, retail, and visual communication design work. He’s also worked as Brand Development Manager at Marimekko, Senior Art Director at Nokia, product designer for iconic Finnish designer Ilkka Suppanen, and has been involved as an entrepreneur in several Finnish technology start-ups. He holds a Masters of Arts degree from the University of Arts and Design Helsinki and a degree in Industrial Design from Humber College Toronto, Canada, his home country.