October 2007 Online

Creative forum could return

London could once again host an annual international creative conference, comparable to the World Creative Forum, a Green Paper due out in December is likely to suggest. The Creative Economy

Interbrand beefs up UK marketing team

Omnicom-owned branding consultancy Interbrand has appointed Deborah Fitzgerald (pictured), former media and communica tions director at the Design Council, as marketing director of its UK business. Joining at the beginning

Dott 09 race is narrowed down to two

The Design Council is in discussions with two frontrunners, the Scottish Executive and the South West Regional Development Agency, as prospective collaborators for Designs of the Time 09. An announcement

Top studios create Uniqlo London flagships

Two of Japan’s leading design studios have come together to create Japanese retailer Uniqlo’s second global flagship, which opens on London’s Oxford Street next week. Award-winning graphic designer and founder

RCA briefs tomorrow’s students

The Royal College of Art is holding a series of workshops at the Victoria & Albert Museum designed to introduce students aged 13-19 to careers in the creative industries.

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Styles joins Roundel

Ian Styles, co-founder of graphic design studio Mode, has joined consultancy Roundel as its creative director. Styles has taken the reins from Roundel’s director Mike Denny, who has been overseeing

Think strategically about writing

Design groups can boost their revenue and business development opportunities through alliances with writing groups, says Martin Hennessy, managing director of The Writer. In this week’s Business Insight, out tomorrow,

Publicis reports revenue hike

Publicis Groupe, which recently acquired design consultancy SAS, has announced an 11 per cent rise in revenues for the third quarter of this year.

New name for Gulbenkian Prize

Writer and broadcaster Sue MacGregor is to chair the judging panel of the Art Fund Prize for museums and galleries. The £100 000 prize is open to all museums and

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Leahy overhauls NSCA brand

Environmental protection charity NSCA is unveiling a new brand identity to coincide with changing its name to Environmental Protection UK, in an attempt to raise awareness of the organisation and

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