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By Zane Morris, Nov 21 2018 04:11PM

Last week (November 13th 2018) Earth Islands bountiful ’Solutions Awards’ took place at the glamorous Café De Paris.


The get-together of professionals from across the industry included brand owners, designers, printers, publishers, end users etc and offered the opportunity to meet and network with people from industry.


Earth Island is Brief Cases UK media partner, and as has become tradition, this event of celebrations kicked off with awarding this years successful students of the Brief Cases programme.


The venue was filled to capacity as winners of Brief Cases student competition received their recognition presented on stage by Glyn Warrington, of sponsor Iggesund Holmen Group, and Brief Cases founder, Veronica Heaven.


Congratulations to the named winners:


Gold Winners

Louise Gatley - Norwich University of the Arts

Susannah Catchpowle - Norwich University of the Arts

Jacob Norton - Norwich University of the Arts

Katie Williams - University of Salford

Eleanor Donn - UCA, Epsom


Silver Winners

Sophie Sarbanovic - Norwich University of the Arts

Shabanna Brown - Norwich University of the Arts

Connor Beard - University of Gloucestershire

Mark Taylor - University of Salford

Kyle Jakubowska - University of Salford


Bronze Winners

Megan Hesketh - Norwich University of the Arts

Georgia Seaforth - Norwich University of the Arts

Emily Jones - Norwich University of the Arts

Jussara Nazare - University of Gloucestershire

Daniela Iannuzzi - UCA, Epsom

Jessica Hart - UCA, Epsom


Winner

Ilinca Manescu - UCA, Epsom


Additionally, on the night, the Brief Cases People’s Choice Award was given based on a live poll during the event together with the online votes gathered in the weeks running up to the awards ceremony. The special acknowledgement was awarded to student, Nadia Patterson - University of Salford.



By Zane Morris, Nov 13 2017 01:20PM

Brief Cases, Chair of the judges Brian Webb settles down to sign the certificates ahead of the Brief Cases reward and recognition ceremony, which will be held at Café De Paris in central London as part of The Solutions Awards - courtesy of Brief Cases’ media partner Earth Island.


Legendary designer, Brian Webb, has a distinguished career in design and holds an Honorary Doctorate at University of Plymouth, is Visiting Professor of the University of the Arts and is a Former President of the Chartered Society of Designers, he ably guides the industry panel of Brief Cases judges.



By Zane Morris, Oct 30 2017 05:04PM

We are excited to announce an expansion to our Brief Cases scheme, the 'Stephen George + You' programme.


In a partnership between The Heaven Company and Stephen George + Partners LLP, we are piloting our new Architecture and Sustainability course, embarking on what could be a revolutionary ten week education-programme.


Involving groups of Key Stage 3 & 4 (Year 7 to 10) students at three forward-thinking secondary schools in the South, Midlands and North of England, the students will be enhancing their understanding of the built environment today, what it means to them and what the future holds.


Moreover – and this is the really important part – what they think they can do to influence change for the better.



By Zane Morris, Jul 29 2016 03:00PM

Judges: The business-education partnerships scheme Brief Cases continues to accumulate an impressive array of prestigious judges from industry and has included Dr Andy Wood, CEO at Adnams, Staffan Sjöberg, PR Manager at Iggesund Holmen Group, Brian Webb, managing director of design consultancy Webb and Webb, Susan Wright Editorial Director of Earth Island Publishing, Thom Stebbings, Consumer Insight Manager at Virgin Enterprises and Iain Ferguson from The Co-operative Group to name just a few.


Commenting, Veronica Heaven, founder of Brief Cases said: “It really is a fantastic to see how the scheme is growing and we must pay tribute to the hard work of the students, their lecturers and the participating universities for having the vision to get on board with Brief Cases. Of course, this would not be possible without the incredible support of our main sponsors and partners as well as our wonderful judges to whom we are extremely grateful.”


By Zane Morris, Jul 10 2015 03:00PM

The team is getting increasingly excited as we put the final pieces of information together for the Brief Cases judging session. Our industry based judging panel will review all the great work submitted as part of this year’s national competition.


And a reminder (or perhaps it’s a plea) to all those who completed Brief Cases and attended the final client meeting to present the project outcomes, please make sure that your final work is submitted to lecturers and course leaders by the deadline given. This is to ensure that your work is included for review at the industry panel. We don’t want you to miss out!


Looking forward to a great day and sharing the outcomes soon.


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