25 November 2016 at 15Hatfields, London


Sponsors help us to add delight and enjoy the chance to engage directly with our participants. Keep reading to find out about the benefits of sponsorship or about partnering with Service Design in Business.



Over the last 15 years Live|Work has pioneered service design, making a difference for more than 150 global organisations and their customers. Live|Work merges creativity, design, research and consultancy to help organisations deliver a great customer experience and achieve tangible business results.

In 2016 Live|Work’s partners published their second book Service Design for Business, a practical guide to use service design strategically in organisations.



More than Metrics

More than Metrics GmbH develops service design tools for companies who want to improve their customer experience. Smaply is a web-based software that can illustrate journey maps, personas, and stakeholder maps. ExperienceFellow is a combination of mobile app and web-based software to research customer experience through mobile ethnography.

The company was founded by the renowned service design experts Marc Stickdorn, Jakob Schneider, and Klaus Schwarzenberger. More than Metrics is based in Innsbruck, Austria, and its team of 17 international employees serves customers all over the world.

Our Partners

Become a Partner

Are you interested in joining us as a sponsor, partner, or supporter/community group to help make Service Design in Business a memorable event for our participants?


Together with our sponsors, we aim to create great experiences and delight our participants.

We seek to create bespoke sponsorship packages for interested parties, but we also offer a number of "off the shelf" sponsorship options.

If you're interested in becoming an Service Design in Business sponsor or supporter, please download our sponsor pack (PDF 1.7mb) for more information, or contact Cara Hanman to discuss things further.

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Community Groups

A 10% discount is available to user groups and meetups that help promote Service Design in Business 2016 to their members.

If you organise, or are a member of, a user group and would like more information on supporting Service Design in Business and securing this discount for your members, please contact us using the button below.

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