The Design Council/Design Business Association report on design as an export suggests that we in UK have a long way to go in order to reach our potential and build
An increase in fee income of 50 per cent over the past year is behind a rash of promotions and continued recruitment at The Partners, says a spokeswoman for the
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The Design Council’s Design in Business Week ’97 runs from 23 October to 4 November. There is a nationwide programme of events and conferences, dedicated to showing design’s value to
For the first time ever Glasgow’s major promotional bodies are all backing the same city marque, designed by local group Wright Design. Each had previously traded under a separate logo.
Thanks to London product design group Nick Griffin Associates, Far Eastern consumers are just about to get yet another lifestyle gadget to while away the time. The Time-Out trio of
Party of the week was the annual cocktail-fest hosted by Fishburn Hedges. – Table football, pool, pinball, juggling waiters and a giant Scalextric track ensured a good attendance.
Fitch has created the brand, packaging and naming for Frootz, a new concept in fruit on trial at Waitrose and Alldays stores. Baking client Whitworths appointed Fitch to take exotic
At Terminal 2 in Manchester Airport and organised jointly by a number of Northern Business Links, Design in Business – Vision and Reality on 28 October aims to explore design’s
Transport operator Cowie Group is to rebrand as Arriva, consolidating its current 140 sub-brands under one name. A national bus brand will be one result. The Arriva title was developed
The Imperial War Museum has unveiled plans for its proposed 35m northern branch, scheduled to open in 2002 at Trafford Wharfside in Greater Manchester. If successful in its funding applications
Matthew Valentine takes a look at a new series of books on design icons and learns, to his surprise, that his kettle has an impressive design pedigree.