Transferable Skills

The wonderfully talented Lauren Deakin, Alumni of the School of Design, has sent me this link to her new venture.

Transferable skills, that’s what we aim to nurture.

Congratulations Lauren on your new business

NEL CREATIVE

So happy and excited that I have now created a leaflet for a lovely dog walking company here in south wales. I love working on projects that I get a real buzz from, who doesn’t love dogs? 🐶.

Wherever you are in the UK or world for that matter I’m here to help your creative ideas come true so send me a message to get started.

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Yay! Well Done Danielle

Danielle is an alumni of Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors

See Danielle’s site here

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When it was announced last year that I was shortlisted for Ones to Watch 2020 – Female Business Leader, I thought it was a scam junk email 🙈. I just couldn’t believe it. So to find out it was real and I’d not only been shortlisted but ended up winning my category was a complete shock!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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This is a huge achievement for me and DND as my first award, I’m so excited to see where this year will take me now.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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A massive thank you to the @princes_trust_bristol who nominated me and for Enterprising West for the award 🏆

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Anthropologie

So exciting to see of the 11 makers, for team Anthropologie, TWO of which studied Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors here at Bath School of Design.

Lotte Lubach and Fiona Coupe are also two of only four makers to be interviewed in depth.

We love seeing the windows at Anthropologie.

The last time I saw Fiona she was helping to support a huge whale across the floor of the Anthropologie showroom on Regents street

Meet the Makers