Launch Pad – Australia’s most extensive initiative for developing the careers of emerging designers – has announced an extension to the closing date for entries. Due to a number of requests for extensions we’re giving you an extra week to finalise your designs and get them into us. Entries are now due Friday 8 May […]
April 23rd, 2009
Launch Pad – Australia’s most extensive initiative for developing the careers of emerging designers – has announced an extension to the closing date for entries.
Due to a number of requests for extensions we’re giving you an extra week to finalise your designs and get them into us. Entries are now due Friday 8 May 2009.
Presented by Living Edge and held in conjunction with Saturday in Design, Launch Pad offers finalists the opportunity partake in a full program of events, including an exhibition of prototypes, a mentoring afternoon and countless networking opportunities.
Click here to enter the competition before Friday 8 May.
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