Competition: Dezeen is giving readers the chance to win one of 20 pairs of tickets to the Global Design Forum 2014 talks, which take place over five days during the London Design Festival with speakers including designers Tord Boontje (pictured) Gadi Amit and Ab Rogers.
Congratulations to the winners! Luke Neve, Amanda Hale, Katie Reilly, Tom Finn, Edward Tse, Marielle Briant, Isis Cocco, Jonathan Hallett, Elinor Portnoy, Olufemi Olaiya, Kenneth McCorkindale, Mariam Hussain, Simona Bielskyte, Daniel Norman, Paul Russell, Andie Haine and Jonathon Behan in the UK, Fego Peters in the Republic of Ireland, Oscar Langley in the Netherlands and Lorenzo Ciancarini in Italy. They all win a pair of tickets to Global Design Forum.
Curated by the London Design Festival, the Global Design Forum is a series of talks and debates led by prominent figures from across the design industry.
Now entering its third year, the forum takes place between 15-19 September 2014 at venues throughout London, including the V&A museum, the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins.
There are over 30 speakers taking part in this year's forum, including the chair of Arts Council England Peter Bazalgette, gallerist Libby Sellers and London designer Paul Cocksedge.
The five-day event will include nine forum sessions on topics ranging from open-source design to the future of lighting. The Five Ideas to Shake the World event will see five creatives pitch new ideas to audience members and a panel of judges including: Emily Campbell, founder-director of the Creative Education Academies Trust; Dutch furniture designer Ineke Hans; Nicolas Roope, founder of Poke; and Raoul Shah, CEO of Exposure.
Winners will be given the opportunity to choose which Global Design Forum session they would like to attend.
This competition is now closed. Twenty winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners' names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeen Mail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.