SABINE LENK (DE)

Related Projects: Belgrade Design Week Festival 2013

Since graduating 25 years ago from UdK Berlin as a master of Industrial Design, Sabine Lenk has been working in the fields of design promotion and communication, product development and brand communication.

She offers companies, designers, institutions, universities and associations the expertise she has gained while engaged in cross-discipline activities for SMS-companies and in managing functions related to the promotion of design in Germany. As project manager she develops the conception and organization of design events – fair participations, exhibitions, conferences, design awards and other activities. Furthermore she is active in the field of product development, branding and communication. Her costumers rely on her long-lasting experience in terms of project management. And they can count on her steady network.

In former years Sabine Lenk was Project Director of MCBW Munich Creative Business Week and Director of Design Center Stuttgart. In the nineties she was responsible for the introduction of one of the first eco-management systems based on product development at Wilkhahn. Currently she has been giving lectures in project management at the FH Salzburg. She has been substitutional Chairman of the German Manufactory Initiative and member of the Advisory Board of the German Eco-Design Award.

Sabine Lenk has been living and working in Chiemgau/Bavaria since 2011.

http://www.sabinelenk.de/

During the 10 year history of Normann Copenhagen, we have learned that passion for design and architecture is strongly connected to people and not places. Coming from a part of the world where DESIGN is almost part of your DNA and every household has a selection of Design Classics, does not guarantee that passion is found.   When coming to Belgrade for the BDW 2009 we found a dedication and passion at the highest level. We can only be jealous that such events, created with passion and real interest to push the viewers and visitors to the next level are not more commonly found in Denmark. That again is a tribute to the great efforts found behind BDW and we hope to be part of your events in the years to come.

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