International Home and Housewares Show
How will technology trends impact the product and service offerings of traditionally non-tech-focused consumer brands? How can companies that are not accustomed to thinking digitally transform themselves by understanding how sensing, monitoring, and data assessment can inspire innovation? Continuum recently solved these challenges for Fisher-Price when they unveiled the Future of Parenting, a strategic vision for the 86-year old children’s products company.
Looking beyond seasonal shifts and more strategically at trend intersections can inform breakthrough innovation, and this approach can be critical to business success.
Attend this talk to get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the key elements Fisher-Price envisioned for a connected family home of the future from Kevin Young, Continuum’s SVP of Product Experience and an executive from Fisher-Price.
The talk will also dive into the process of using trends to move into the technology space and advance your business to meet the needs of today’s demanding consumer.
If you’re similarly wrestling with the question, “What significant technology trends will potentially redirect my business?” you won’t want to miss this session.
Date and time: March 19, 2017, 1:30 pm CT
Parenting in the Connected Home of the Future: How Tech Trends Informed Fisher-Price’s The Future of Parenting
Session Speaker: Kevin Young, SVP, Product Experience
- Kevin YoungSVP, Product Experience
Kevin is responsible for maintaining the health of and planning for the growth of Continuum’s product experience business. He also leads programs and project teams directly, working with clients to solve their most complex challenges.
Since joining Continuum in 1997, he’s managed award-winning projects, including the MIT Media Lab’s One Laptop Per Child. He builds strong relationships with Continuum’s Fortune 100 clients, including Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and American Express.
Kevin graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University with a BID in industrial design. His product design successes have resulted in 14 design excellence awards and 18 U.S. patents.