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Author: Michael Grass
Unless you’ve been living under a crash-landed Star Destroyer for the past 12 months, you may be aware there is a new Star Wars film coming out. But of course you know that. Ever since the teaser trailer debuted online over a year ago, it was obvious the film studios were not going to allow you to ignore the imminent release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the seventh chapter in the ridiculously lucrative saga.
Author: Paul Spiers
Last month, I attended the Dynamic Enterprise Summit and Round Tables in London hosted by London Loves Business. It was a pretty impressive line-up on the panel and speakers’ roster for the day including Pimlico Plumbers’ Charlie Mullins; Tim Weller, founder and CEO of Incisive Media and Simon Woodroffe, founder of Yo! Sushi and Yo! Hotels.
Author: Paul Spiers
Today, we’re very pleased to be unveiling the next step in the ongoing evolution of AD Communications: our brand new website. The unveiling of the new site – still at www.adcomms.co.uk - is the first in a series of initiatives we intend to roll out over the coming months, all focused on making the industries we serve more aware of the depth and range of services we offer and how we work with clients to help make their brands the best they can be.
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Author: Patrick Anderson
Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the British road signage system. Unless you work in signage, visual communication or design – and/or happen to be a British road sign aficionado – you can be forgiven if this news passed you by.
Author: Joanna Muggeridge
Working at AD has become synonymous to me with visiting Düsseldorf every four years for a certain print show. But two weeks ago I was back at the Messe for a completely different type of event altogether: A+A, one of the largest Health & Safety exhibitions in Europe.