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Bacardi Martini has retained The Flat Five Company to work on its Bombay Gin brands, following the client’s purchase of the brands from Diageo. The group will be responsible for
English Heritage is still processing the 170 applications it has received for its across-the-board design roster. It hopes to draw up an initial shortlist in the near future.
London design and marketing group Sense is to boost its design operation with the acquisition of identity, branding and literature group Kyzen. The deal goes live on 1 August, when
As the barriers within marketing services begin to dissolve, and projects become all-encompassing, opportunities for collaboration between design groups and other agencies have increased. That opportunity might exist for a
If there’s one thing that separates advertising and design, it’s fees. Even when design groups win a bit of advertising work – as a few do, particularly for print ads
The 22nd international chair exhibition Promosedia takes place from 12-15 September. The exhibition includes competitions which aim to bring young designers closer to the market and its production problems. Contact:
Financial services group Virgin Direct is to alter its branding in a bid for a more mature image. – Any design work which is given to outside consultancies is likely
Helen Owen, planning director for Tutssels@The Brand Union, negotiated a flexible working agreement after the birth of her third son, Tom. But, she says, the willingness of her employer to
Saatchi & Saatchi Design is in the running to create the identity for the world’s second biggest law firm, formed through the merger of five of Europe’s leading commercial practices.
The DBA’s plans to examine provisions for maternity leave show a wide range of allowances. Tom Bawden finds these are particularly dependent on the size of the organisation.
Blue Source has created a range of materials for the Health Education Authority’s latest anti-smoking drive. Apparently staff at the consultancy themselves gave up the evil weed during the project.