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Our surveys provide critical insights into the global mobility market that will shape your future.  The Konzepthaus Design Survey (KDS) is an anonymous, empirical study that allows you to benchmark yourself to the industry and identify best-in-class opportunities. Delving into topics such as organisation & structures, leadership, resource allocation, salaries, training, digitalisation and much more, the KDS is a powerful tool to help you plan your way forward.

 

KDS #2 Report 2021

Organisation & Leadership

The Konzepthaus Design Study (KDS) #2 focuses on the research field of “Organisation & Leadership” and is divided into three chapters – design organisations, leadership and design managers.  

  • Worldwide collected data
  • 15 key findings
  • Includes evaluation by the experts of KIC

Euro Report 2020

Employer Statistics & Development

The KDS #1 focuses on the research field of “Employment Statistics & Development” and is divided into four chapters – salary, gender, creative work and personal training.

  • Focus on the European mobility design industry
  • 10 key findings
  • Includes evaluation by the experts of KIC

North America Report 2021

Employer Statistics & Development

We also completed our first KDS #1 for the North American region. The focus of the survey was also “Employment Statistics & Development” in the countries USA and Canada.

  • Focus on the automotive design industry in North America
  • 9 key findings
  • Includes evaluation by the experts of KIC

Asia Report 2021

Employer Statistics & Development

For the Asian region, we also conducted KDS #1 “Employment Statistics & Development”. The survey and results are divided into four areas salary, gender, creative work and personal training.

  • Focus on the Asian automotive design industry
  • 9 key findings
  • Results evaluated by the KIC experts

Comparism Report 2021

Employer Statistics & Development

This report summarises and compares the data collected and findings obtained from the surveys conducted in Europe, Asia and North America. The results are divided into four areas salary, gender, creative work and personal training.

  • Comparison of findings from Europe, Asia and North America
  • 9 key findings