Products for a Mobile Life.

A session at Explorers Festival

Thursday 7th November, 2013

11:00am to 1:00pm (LMT)

Daniel is going to walk you through creating products for a mobile life on his startup genneo.com that provides the best equipment for converting walking and other movement energy to battery charge for mobile electronics on the go in any environment.

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Daniel Mota Veiga

Founder, Genneo

Daniel Mota Veiga is an Industrial Designer and Entrepreneur from Portugal with a degree in Industrial Design from Universidade Lusiada de Lisboa, a Masters in Interaction Design from Instituto Europeo di Design in Torino and has continued his studies into Branding at Kellogg – Northwestern University in the US.

Starting in 1994, Daniel has held positions with many reputable companies including Fiat Auto, Pininfarina, Sprint/Nextel and Motorola. He’s been successful in influencing the culture and practices of Design within interdisciplinary groups and as a passionate ambassador for Brand and Design.

Daniel has been fully immersed in numerous cultures and established successful synergies between multi-cultural teams across the globe having lived and worked in ten different cities and in six countries.

Currently, Daniel works with the San Diego Design studio Intersection Inc. leveraging Design as one of the core foundations for innovation and commercial success. He is also a co-founder of Genneo, Inc., designing breakthrough products for portable energy harvesting.

As a Designer, Daniel believes in always maintaining a healthy respect for consumers. They are, in the end, the ones we seek to satisfy and delight.

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Explorers Festival

Portugal Portugal, Lisbon

6th8th November 2013

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Time 11:00am1:00pm LMT

Date Thu 7th November 2013

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