Clive Roux

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Clive Roux, an industrial designer and former CEO of the Industrial Designers Society of America, was named SEGD's new CEO effective December 3, 2012. As CEO, Clive Roux is responsible for running SEGD and collaborating with the SEGD Board of Directors to ensure the organization is producing the best value for the profession.

Clive Roux brings significant experience in building and running global multi-disciplinary creative and business groups. Prior to serving as IDSA's CEO from 2009 to 2012, he spent 15 years leading creative units for Philips Design, the Design Division of Royal Philips Electronics, The Netherlands. During his time there he spent two years in the Netherlands, seven in Hong Kong, and six in Atlanta, Georgia, leading the New Business Development and Design Research activities of Philips Design in the USA, consulting to Fortune 500 companies such as Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, Microsoft, and GM.

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