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Winners Design in Business Awards

DINZ Announcement - Winners Design in Business Awards

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DINZ Announcement - Winners Design in Business Awards
September 22, 2008

On Thursday 18th September the Design in Business Awards were held at Hopetoun Alpha in Auckland.

Read who the winners were – click here.
Read who won the Design in Business Individual Achievement Award – click here.
View photos of the Design in Business Awards – click here.
View attached cover of Unlimited Magazine (PDF) about to hit the shelves anyday.

Designers Institute of New Zealand, Designers Institute of New Zealand,
DINZ Mission: to have professional designers valued and rewarded for the contribution they make to the economic, cultural and social growth of New Zealand.

Platinum Sponsors – Auckland City Council, Auckland Museum, Base Two, Designworks, Dock Street Group, GardyneHOLT, Methven, Ministry for the Environment, ProDesign, Studio Alexander, Terabyte, The Pond
Gold Sponsors – Better by Design, Clendons, ECC Lighting, Forbo, May Time Marketing, Otago Institute of Design, Panprint, Wattyl, Winstone Wallboards
Silver Sponsors – Aesthetics Lighting, Jasmax, Jacobsen Creative Surfaces, The Laminex Group, Mokum Textiles


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