INDE.Awards Industry Partner, Asia Designer Communication Platform (ADP), welcomes the INDE.Awards Shortlist to its membership network.
June 22nd, 2018
We love finding like-minded partners in the design industry – especially those with a focus on our region. It was a pleasure, therefore, for the INDE.Awards to connect with the ADP – a cross-spectrum design association that works to increase the international exposure of its designer members with a view to expanding their market domestically and internationally.
ADP is an international association for addressing the interests of the design community and promoting design as a whole. It is also the first cross-spectrum design association in Asia. The mission of ADP is to establish a world-class design association and networking platform where leading designers around the world can communicate with each other and enhance the design standards in their respective regions. Since its establishment, it has assisted dozens of famous regional designers in successfully stepping onto the international stage.
The ADP recognises that Asia is the most important market in the world, and that Asian design has attracted global attention. Its focus is creating higher value for the Asian design industry – across architectural design, interior design, graphic design and industrial design. The association invites outstanding designers and the winners of the world’s top design awards to join.
ADP Designer Members are offered a host of activities and connections, including media exposure through regular events, exhibitions and press releases; certification courses; special privileges for ADP design tours in Asia Pacific cities; networking with other members; commercial consulting services and business opportunities; background checks on other design firms (prior to collaborations); connection with other important international design organisations; and industry-related news (sent periodically). There are additional benefits for ADP Partners. Visit the ADP website to view all the benefits.
We’re also pleased to announce that Indesign Media’s Founder and CEO Raj Nandan has become an ADP advisor. He joins an international panel of design industry figures who offer the industry knowledge and experience that will help shape maximum impact for ADP’s activities.
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