THE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION
The Design and Technology Association inspires, develops and supports excellence in design and technology education for all. The organisation is a registered charity and professional association. It provides free advice and resources for teachers to use with primary, secondary and special needs pupils, cost return training and conferences, plus an awards ceremony for top D&T teachers. A range of sponsorship opportunities are available including associate membership, sponsorship of research and curriculum development groups, national and regional conferences and resources given to schools. Sponsors' names are entered on the charity's website, programmes, publications and posters, accessed by thousands of teachers. Contact: Richard Green, Chief Executive. Address: 16 Wellesbourne House, Walton Road, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire CV35 9JB. Tel.: 01789 470007. Fax: 01789 841955. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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MUSIC DESIGN AWARDS
The Music Design Awards recognise designers, worldwide, for the outstanding work they do for the music industry, at every level. To those in the know, designing for the music industry takes hard, hard work and real innovation - strokes of brilliance underscored with inspiration - leading to spectacular end results. Design for the music industry is unrelentingly challenging and occupies the minds of the world's most inspired, leading-edge designers and design houses. The Music Design Awards represent an opportunity for designers around the world to enter their projects for clients. The awards are truly global in context and open to designers from all regions. There are sixty-two awards to win - eleven project categories across five music genre groupings and seven continental region categories. Leading companies seeking to encourage and reward great design for the music industry support the Music Design Awards. The organisers of the Music Design Awards are keen to foster longer term relationships with partners/supporters and build enduring two-way relationships, ensuring supporters benefit from positive exposure and the Awards benefit from the credible support of companies for whom the link between design and music is important. Supporting organisations will benefit from electronic media exposure (in the form of website and editorial content), email activity, e-bulletins and e-ads on search engines. They will also gain exposure in more traditional media such as direct mail, editorial in trade titles, carefully selected display advertising and support from media partners. Contact: Marie Thomas, Operations Director. Address: Music Design Awards (jla), 80 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7NW. Tel.: +44 (0) 20 8675 8405. E-mail: email@example.com.
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