Friday, December 3, 2010

Canadian Florist Magazine

Canadian Florist Magazine has highlighted Design358 in their current issue.  See below for more details and you can also sign up for their free e-newsletter.

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DESIGN358 announces new website and event
Written by Amanda Ryder
Dec. 3, 2010 - The new year brings exciting changes to DESIGN358. The group has launched a new website and are excited to present the First Annual Trend Summit on Feb. 26-28.
trendsummit2Dec. 3, 2010 - DESIGN358 has grown into a Floral Collective, a group of like-minded, talented independent designers from all over North America who come together and work as a cohesive team for various events in the year. The Collective is led by its creative director, Hitomi Gilliam AIFD and administered by Colin Gilliam, Yukari Mitsui AIFD and Susanne Law AIFD.

The group is announcing a number of changes for 2011, including a whole new look to its website at Here, visitors can learn about the 20111 Education Program, which includes a line-up of intermediate/advanced Hands-on Workshops now offered at two bi-coastal locations: Vancouver, Canada and Norwalk, Conn. (just 60 minutes north of New York City).

DESIGN358 is starting off the new year with a creative bang. The launch of the First Annual Trend Summit 2011 takes place Feb. 26-28 in Burnaby, B.C., with Leatrice Eiseman, colour specialist and executive director of the Pantone Color Institute as keynote speaker to kick-off the conference for industry leaders and forward thinkers. Registration information is now available online.

In the fall of 2011, the DESIGN358 will offer a European Masters Certification (EMC) Program with Tomas De Bruyne. A full brochure and registration information will be posted online so you can reserve a spot for this intensive educational opportunity.

Go online to check out our new blog-style website to stay updated on all of the latest news in the world of DESIGN358 and its talented team of designers.

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