’Samsonite’ nursery collection design competition. Let your design journey begin…
January 16th, 2008
Travellers everywhere recognise the ’Samsonite’ brand for its style, quality and reliability.
Entrants into the ’Samsonite Baby Travel’ nursery collection competition are free to choose any subject and product relating to the world of travelling with babies, toddlers and parents.
Designs should represent real innovations that consider the mobility, ease of use and comfort of the end users.
Entry deadline is 31st March 2008 and is open to students, designers, engineers, inventors, design studios, and companies from anywhere in the world. Entry is free and prize money totals $11,500.
For competition rules, guidelines or to enter go to: baby-travel.com/designcomp
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