The Royal College of Art's Helen Hamlyn Centre in London, UK, is the conference partner for the European Business Conference of Inclusive design.
The Royal College of Art Helen Hamlyn Centre provides a focus for people-centred design and innovation at the RCA in London, the world's only wholly postgraduate university institution of art and design. The centre was set up by Roger Coleman and Jeremy Myerson in January 1999 to explore the design implications of social and demographic change.
Today, its multi-disciplinary team of designers, engineers, architects and anthropologists undertake practical research and projects with industry. The centre is endowed by the Helen Hamlyn Trust and has worked with many global businesses including Ford, Unilever, Steelcase, Hewlett Packard, GlaxoSmithKline and Philips.