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Invitation to: BEDA Members From: Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency request the pleasure of your company at their reception during Paris Design Week. Paris, France – Paris Design Week Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency is a state-owned non-profit organisation that collectively represents the players of the industry

** Extended Registration Deadline: Sunday 18th August ** HUMAN CITY DESIGN AWARD 2019 - Seoul Design Foundation in cooperation with Saint-Etienne and Nagoya UNESCO Cities of Design - deadline: 18th August 2019 This international Award is addressed to designers or groups that have contributed to building a

On 20th June 2019, the European Council published its new wide-ranging strategic agenda 2019-2024. Setting the context within a world that has, in the last five years, become more unsettled, complex and subject to rapid change, the Council of Europe sets out its strategic policy agenda

BEDA CALL FOR EXAMPLES OF CURRENT PRACTICE “It isn’t about what Europe can do for design but what design can do for Europe.” Within the European Commission’s renewed Industrial Policy there are six top-level priorities: Single Market, Digitalisation, Circular Economy, Sustainable Investment, Innovation and Europe’s International Role.

At its annual General Assembly held in Brussels on Friday 17th March, BEDA welcomed the new President Päivi Tahkokallio (right) of Ornamo Art and Design Finland and unanimously elected its new Vice President Karen Hennessy (left) of the Design and Crafts Council Ireland. Speaking to the

PDR share their latest news and updates on projects focusing on the strategic use of design. Recent data shows that in the UK, creative industries generated £101.5bn in 2017, equivalent to approximately £11.5m every hour. That is more than automotive, spacecraft and pharmaceutical sectors together and

READ is preparing its 7th edition of ENAD (The Anual Meeting of Designers Associations) that will take place in Murcia the 27th and 28th of September 2019 under the motto “We are culture, we build economy”. The theme for this edition will be, once again,