March 2007 Online

John Tusa

Barbican boss for Uni of Arts

The University of the Arts London has appointed former BBC broadcaster and journalist Sir John Tusa as its chairman. He will take up the position in the autumn. Tusa replaces

Rogers wins Pritzker prize

Architect Richard Rogers has been named as winner of the 2007 Pritzker Architecture Prize. He will receive the honour at an official ceremony due to take place in London on


Turquoise wins Blinko branding

London consultancy Turquoise has been appointed by Italian mobile media and technology company Buongiorno to develop a brand strategy for its Blinko business. The consultancy won the work in a

Should you be exporting?

A report out this week, commissioned by UK Trade & Investment, claims that businesses that export boost their productivity by up to one third.

Ralph to open Leeds office

Digital group Ralph is to expand into the north of England with a second office in Leeds, which will open on 16 April. The consultancy has its main office in

The Team

Loewy acquires The Team

Loewy, the acquisitive marketing services network, will today sign a cash and equity deal to acquire public sector branding specialist The Team, Design Week can reveal.

Aurora animation festival

Animation festival rebrands

The Norwich International Animation Festival is renaming and rebranding itself as Aurora, as a result of its animation tag being too restrictive. According to festival director Adam Pugh, the in-house

Departure heads south

Nottingham-based design consultancy Departure is expanding with a new office in London. Departure was founded in October 2005 by chairman and creative director Gary Marshall and managing director Sara Martin.

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