18 January 1996

Fly high with Royal Mail

Consultancies look more closely at marketing themselves at the start of the year, and one method which seems to be taking off is direct mailing. Royal Mail has launched an

DoT to decide on tunnel link

London consultancy Design Clinic is in line for a host of design work if the imminent Government decision on who will run the high- speed 3bn Channel Tunnel link goes

Jones resigns from post of RCA rector

Professor Anthony Jones is resigning as rector of the Royal College of Art. Jones will step down this summer. His premature departure has been forced by his son’s long-standing illness.

Mencap seals 50 years with a new stamp

Mencap, the charity which campaigns for people with learning difficulties, has unveiled its 50th anniversary stamp, created by its expanding in-house design team. The charity is to recruit a new

Roche pursues Business Links

Shadow small business minister Barbara Roche will “press on with issues concerning Business Links” after a “disappointing response” from the Government in last Thursday’s House of Commons debate on the

Double dose of yellow and blue

The identity for furniture show Spectrum must have received three cheers from host the Royal College of Art. The RCA’s Rector’s Report and Accounts is designed by Grundy & Northedge,

Untangling the red tape

Red tape is continuing to restrict small-business prospects and owners are increasingly worried about the weight of future red tape encumbering growth, according to research from Barclays Bank. But the


Elida Fabergé’s body spray Impulse has new packaging by Paris agency Desgrippes. Pure Design created invitations to the brand’s press relaunch.

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