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Design Takes Shape at Packaging Innovations London

July 05
11:28 2013

The Brand & Design Village, co-located with Packaging Innovations London, will be buzzing with creativity as some of the best agencies in the business sign up to showcase their latest designs at the Business Design Centre on 1 & 2 October 2013.

Multi-award winning agency, Design Activity, which has 20 years of packaging design success to help smaller brands punch above their weight, will be showcasing its recent work with the mother and son team,  Nina and Guka Tavderidze, founders of SaVse Smoovies .

Andrew Stroud, Managing Director at Design Activity, comments: “Design Activity is delighted to be back at Packaging Innovations this year. Since we last attended we’ve collected another two Design Effectiveness Awards for our packaging design work for Nivea for Men’s Christmas gifting, plus the complete HiPP Organic baby range branding and packaging redesign. At this year’s exhibition we want to focus on how we can translate this success to smaller, up-and-coming brands like SaVse Smoovies.”

Design agency Berry Place has been ‘making ideas take shape’ since 1990 having undertaken projects such as retail displays for Nike, display bottles for Harrods, 3D wall text, a Bertolli Olive Oil Bottle and prototype productions.  At Packaging Innovations London the agency will show how it can bring design ideas to life, whether it’s an individual commission or a low-volume production run.

Brand and packaging designers WowMe!, which has worked directly with retailers and brand owners such as Sainsbury’s, Wilko, Mothercare, Weetabix, Toys R Us, Alpro Soya and Kerry Foods, is exhibiting at the show for a second time. James Maycock, Director at WowME!, explains why:

“Packaging Innovations in Islington gives WowMe! Design a fantastic opportunity, as a young company, to shout about who we are. As creatives, the chance to showcase our work to a wide audience under one roof doesn’t happen very often, which is why it is essential to be a part of the show.”

Packaging design specialist, Pillbox Design, King of the Jungle winners at last year’s Lions’ Lair (a Dragons’ Den inspired show contest), is also looking forward to theLondonshow.

Duncan Robinson, Managing Director at PillBox Design, remarks: “Once again we will be exhibiting our range of new products and services at theLondonshow. TheBrand & Design Villageis a great focal area for visitors to find some of the best agencies in the business, displaying the latest pack designs and providing inspiration for new products.”

Packaging Innovations London at the Business Design Centre is co-located with Luxury Packaging and theBrand & DesignVillage. There are a host of show features including inspirational learnShop seminars and the BIG Packaging Debate where a panel of packaging experts will debate whether ‘Online sales will kill packaging design’.

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