Let us take you on a journey into the world of innovation.

Six Fingers has a talent, and that is inspiring people. Innovation works at different levels. And we love showing people that. During our keynotes, we take that extra step: we deviate from the usual thought processes and show you how to experiment, test and innovate to arrive at pioneering new ideas.

Rob Adams has been a popular speaker since 2010 on topics like modernization and innovation. These keynotes are given both at home and abroad. Bart van Leeuwen is also often invited as a speaker. One key objective of this presentation is alienation. That sounds odd, but Rob and Bart are keen to alienate you from the things you are so familiar with. By distancing yourself from existing methods, you are more likely to come up with a completely new solution to a problem. And that represents a major step forward toward innovation. The keynotes invariably score highly: recently this keynote was voted the very best of 100 presentations. One thing is for sure: this keynote will totally inspire you as an organization or visitor to the event.

From smart city to happy city.

The term smart cities seems to have become synonymous with technology. And yet a smart city is about much more than tech. After all, how do you develop cities around happiness instead of seeing technology as the answer?

Innovation versus improvement.

Why is innovation necessary? And how do you apply innovation? In this inspiring and visual keynote, you learn how to keep innovating your organization and place in the market.

Trend presentation.

Where will your organization be in five or ten years? Discover how society and trends develop and paint a clear picture of your future.

"The best way to predict your future, is to create it."

- Abraham Lincoln


Great. We're curious too, about you and your story. We look forward to meeting you and helping you move forward.

Dutch Design Week 2018: how politics and citizens unite?
We are now working on our project to allow citizens to vote again.

When to see: 20 to 28 October 2018

Read more about our collaboration with DDF, designers and Province of Noord-Brabant