Entries to the annual Launch Pad competition have been extended.
March 26th, 2012
Calling all emerging Australian designers – you now have until Friday 27 April to submit your entries to the annual Launch Pad program.
With the impressive array of submissions we’ve had so far, it’s clear that there is a lot of amazing design talent waiting to be discovered – which is why we’re keeping the search on for just a little longer.
If you’re an up and coming designer with a prototype you’d like to see in production, let us know about it! You could be the winner of our blockbuster prize package, thanks to sponsors How We Create and Living Edge:
– a $10,000 grant
– the opportunity to have your product retailed
– mentoring from national and international manufacturers, designers and retailers
– exposure to 5000+ members of the A&D community through the finalists exhibition showing as part of Saturday in Design Melbourne, 17-18 August 2012
– media coverage through Indesign’s print publications and online forums.
Enter Launch Pad today and join us in our celebration of original, authentic and innovative emerging Australian design.
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