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Vincent Hofmann is a keynote speaker and his talks cover design ethics and human-centred design and organisational culture and designing engaging employee experiences.

He is the co-founder of Inquisition, SiGNL and The GoodWork Society and a fellow at The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

Vincent has been described as “1 part tech-geek and 1 part culture-nerd”, “radically honest” and a “boundary hound”.

He is on a mission to make work, work and ensure advancements in technology put humanity first.

His talks are applicable to leaders and teams who understand that they need to reconfigure how they work to be more innovative and more adaptive but aren’t sure how to do so.

Vincent focuses on translating theory into practice and gives away as many ideas as his bank-balance will allow him to do so.

Inquisition is an employee experience design firm, which looks at ways to improve the quality of interactions people at work in social, work and space contexts with the ultimate intent to make work more human.

Inquisition’s partners design cultural conditions which unlock the creative potential of teams.

SiGNL is a creative technology company which explores ways technology can help people to live better.

Vincent Hofmann

The GoodWork Society is an activist collective which looks at ways to prompt organisations in South Africa to create opportunities for employees to do dignified good work.

The GWS explores ways organisations can become contributing members of society in public lectures, debate and research.

Before starting his own businesses Vincent Hofmann was the general manager of Cerebra a globally renowned Social Media agency which is part of the WPP group and combined his interest in social and financial systems as a Sociology lecturer.

Vincent started an award winning blog which aimed at exploring the intersection of music, political and fashion trends in South Africa in the early 00s.

Predating Twitter Moral Fibre had 4,000 contributors at its peak and grew to be one of the most popular music and lifestyle blogs in the South Africa.

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