Charge Me unveils the UK’s first recharging kiosk for up to 12 mobile phones or personal digital assistants this week, ahead of a November pilot and January 2003 UK-wide launch. Charge Me director of business development Dr Janko Mrsic-Flogel says the product is ‘on-average better than a travel charger’ and a ten-minute charge, which will cost £1, will provide approximately 40-45 minutes of talk time.
A shrinking national economy is now a likely backdrop for the design industry – which despite having a proven track record for growth – has been neglected in this budget.
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Partner Marina Willer has created the branding, exhibition space and two films for the new show, which delves into the history of the Italian car brand.
The development is the first commercial project from the car brand’s Mini Living offshoot, and will include apartments, workspaces and services such as car-sharing.