The final event of Design Lab 2015 takes place in Helsinki on October 15th and now you have the chance to follow the final event via webcast and also tweet a question to the finalists!
Once the six finalists step on stage at the final event, they will have ten minutes to present their concepts after which the jury will ask them some questions. But now, YOU also get the chance to ask a question to the finalists! Tweet your question* and remember to add the hashtags #AskFinalist and #DesignLab2015 with your question.
Remember also to state which concept your tweet is for so we know which contestant to ask the question.
A few examples of the type of questions you can ask:
What is the technology behind Plato? #AskFinalist #DesignLab2015
What was the inspiration for VORIS? #AskFinalist #DesignLab2015
How many baby bottles can you wash at a time in Bloom? #AskFinalist #DesignLab2015
We will choose the 6 best questions and ask them during the webcast at the event starting at 18:30 CET on October 15th.
The people whose question is chosen and asked will win an Electrolux Ergorapido!
Watch the webcast and you’ll get to see if your question will be asked!
So have a close look at the finalist concepts and think, what is the one thing you would want to ask the contestants
Watch the videos and read about the concepts. You can post a question starting from Thursday October 1st until the webcast starts at 18.30PM CET on October 15th.
We will post details about the event program closer to the event on Monday October 12th on the Design Lab blog.
Remember also to follow Electrolux on Twitter for more updates.
*In order to tweet a question, you need a personal Twitter account.
The Electrolux Ergorapido is one of the most famous and successful Electrolux innovations to date. It is a very stylish cordless vacuum cleaner, which is easy to use and so beautiful with it’s many colors that it naturally decorates your home, without feeling the need to hide it in the closet. The new self-standing design means that the product is easy to park anywhere at anytime. Read more about the Ergorapido here and about the Electrolux design history here.