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Wispa Mint, an extension of Cadbury’s Wispa brand, is to launch next month with packaging created by Jones Knowles Ritchie.

The Bridge has designed the campaign brochure for England’s bid to host football’s World Cup in 2006.

A spokesman for estate agent Chesterton says it is “too early” to address the question of name and identity for any new group, should its proposed merger with the Summit estate agency chain go ahead.

Irish banking giant AIB Group has appointed BFK Design Group in Dublin to create its 1997 annual and summer reports after a four-way paid creative pitch. Last year the reports were designed by Dublin group Custodian.

Avvio Design Associates in Berkshire has created a new 2000-page website for Digi International Europe, a Minneapolis-based data communications provider.

The National Association of Shopfitters has adopted a new logo (below), created by Commercial Union’s in-house design team.

Fashion brand Iceberg is to open a flagship London store in London’s Sloane Street in April. Milanese architect Giancarlo Alhadeff is designing the store, including its interiors, in conjunction with Iceberg managing director Paolo Gerani.

The photograph of the Lux cinema published last week (Primal Screens, DW 13 February) was taken by Dennis Gilbert at View Pictures.

The British Academy of Film & Television Arts has a new identity by 4i. The design emphasises the profile of the famous BAFTA mask. The consultancy is implementing the identity across a range of applications, including all printed material for a new initiative called The BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards.

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