Mimi Quynh Trang Nguyen is a PhD candidate at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, developing a new tool to leverage creativity and innovation with multidisciplinary collaborations. Her background is in tech consulting (Accenture and BCG), fintech startup and gaming. Mimi obtained a MA in Innovation Management with Distinction at Central Saint Martins, studied Media Arts at University of Arts Berlin and Quantitave Methods and Information Systems at Warsaw School of Economics.
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