Andrew Tanner

The BEDG is a unique organisation with a passion for design at the heart of their foundation. I have exhibited with the group over the last decade and the BEDG have, and continue to be, an integral support structure for my company and many others alike. Perhaps an unsung hero in the journey of the designer and maker but never to be underestimated for their strength, determination and vision in supporting emerging and established British talent.

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联接创意服务和商务成功之桥

2011-11-02 08:47 (0 comments)

设计管理 -- 建立在全球化市场环境下创意服务,设计研发和教育,以及制造业的长期合作

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BCC LinkToChina Programme - Summer News 2011

2011-09-01 20:31 (0 comments)

Highlight of UK inward investment potential in Beijing.

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To Japan With Love

2011-05-30 11:48 (0 comments)

The recent earthquake, subsequent tsunami and reactor disasters have left thousands of people homeless, destitute and bearing the loss of families, relatives and friends.

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Development of the French market for interior design products

2011-01-21 10:11 (2 comments)

Savoir vivre! There is a reason why these two simple French words have become an internationally recognised expression for something quintessentially French and utterly desirable: the art of living.

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Follow the Trend - British Design at Masion&Objet Janaury 2011

2011-01-15 13:09 (0 comments)

The twice annual event ‘Maison&Objet’ is one of the most important and successful European events for all sectors relating to interior design including furniture, home furnishings, lighting, tableware and high end gifts as well as consultancy services.

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The African and African-Caribbean Design Diaspora

2010-07-22 09:51 (0 comments)

[Press Release] The British European Design Group has been awarded an Arts Council Grant for their new three year initiative to promote the creative skills and commercial potential of ethnic minorities from African and African-Caribbean backgrounds in the UK to run alongside the London Design Festival until the 2012 Olympics.

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