Understanding what it takes to get a successful career in design off the ground, Launch Pad has tailored its 2011 prizes to help achieve just this.
May 5th, 2011
There are numerous facets to having a product ’picked up’ by a distributor or manufacturer, getting a business up and running, and keeping the whole operation running smoothly.
Trent Jansen – previous Launch Pad winner
These prizes are streamlined to help you take that next step in your design practice, whether it’s advertising, manufacturing, retailing, or working out the minor (but essential) details.
Making up the ’Launch’ package of prizes is:
• $10,000 How We Create grant to launch your career
• 12-month advertising campaign from Indesign Group
• Opportunity to have your product retailed through Major Sponsor Living Edge
Note: terms and conditions apply
How We Create are highly knowledgeable in the ways of production and manufacturing of product, and the $10,000 How We Create grant will channel vital funds into the development of your prototype and practice.
Taking care of your marketing will be a 12-month advertising plan with Indesign Group, enabling you to reach new audiences across Australia and internationally.
Tomek Archer – previous Launch Pad winner
Major Sponsor Living Edge is offering the winner the vital opportunity to retail their product through Living Edge, and be associated with one of Australia’s leading design brands.
Array coffee table by ex-Launch Padder Lisa Vincitorio
Mushroom lamp by ex-Launch Padder Simon Duff
With so many opportunities available to you, it’s more important than ever to enter Launch Pad 2011.
Entries close 20 May. Click here to enter and read the Terms and Conditions.
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