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Product consultancy Priestman Associates is changing its name to Priestman Goode. Founder Paul Priestman says the name change is to reflect his seven-year partnership with Nigel Goode.

Tim Warren of Smith & Milton Original has redesigned bottle packaging for Smith Kline Beecham’s Lucozade line of energy drinks.

Edwards have each won 3000 scholarships for a US business course at the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management in Illinois. More than 60 people applied for the trip, run by the Department of Trade and Industry’s North America Now initiative.

Manchester arts venue The Green Room has appointed London consultancy HGV (formerly Halpin Grey Vermeir) to design its identity.

Newly formed bridalwear company Formal Group has a marque by Scottish group Corporate Identity which won a five-way unpaid creative pitch.

Diet drink Complan has a pack redesign by Bath consultancy Blue Marlin, which won a three-way proposals pitch against FLB Design and PI Design International.

Daffodil Day, Marie Curie Cancer Care’s annual fund-raising campaign centred on 23 March, has posters, leaflets and collection boxes designed by The Team.

Brighton designer Barnaby Reynolds has created a range of mannequins with retail display supplier Stockman London. Reynolds’ designs inspired Stockman to create a family of abstract characters, called Metamorphosen. Launched last week at Euroshop, they depict caring for clothes. Reggie the wardrobe, Queenie the ironing board and clothes peg children Nipper and Peggie all convert into display stands for clothes.

Legend Design in Glasgow has created packs and bottles for Inver House Distillers’ 21-year-old Blended Scotch Whisky for the Far East market.

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