Win free tix to this sustainable business growth event with designer Bruce Mau

Hosted by the Arts and Business Council, the event is Tuesday, Dec. 1. Tickets start at $35, but you can take your luck and enter to win freebies.

A Bruce Mau design installation. (Photo by Michelle Clebek via Flickr Creative Commons)

Design thinking creates a process to lead to business growth.
That’s a specialty of Bruce Mau, the Canadian founder of a design agency with sustainable business focus. On Tuesday, the Arts and Business Council is hosting Mau as part of a breakfast workshop focused on doing just that for your business.
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Tickets are $35 and VIP are $75.
Mau will be joined on stage with Jeremy Nowak, the former head of the William Penn Foundation and the Reinvestment Fund, and Natalie Nixon from Philadelphia University, with whom we’ve spoken on design thinking before.
Want a chance to win free tickets? If you’re on a budget, here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets — just join our daily headlines newsletter for a chance to win!
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Companies: Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

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