Why You Should Visit London Design Festival

Taking place every year, the London Design Festival celebrates the accomplishments of international creative talent. Promoting the British capital as the world's leading centre for design, it includes hundreds of exciting exhibitions representing a wide array of design talent, all of which take place in the city's most prestigious landmarks. Whether you're a business interested in networking or you're simply fascinated by the philosophy of design, there's no shortage of world-class exhibitions during this very special occasion.

Market and network your brand

Attending one of the world's largest design events is an ideal chance to promote your business and raise brand awareness. All organisers of the festival's events, from designers and retailers to charities and museums, are known as partners. As a partner, you'll benefit from a number of exclusive benefits. You'll have a unique, once-in-a-year opportunity to promote your activities via multiple platforms such as the festival website, social media postings, and the printed guide.

Celebrate London's latest design innovations, discover new ideas, learn about the latest design trends, and get networking. From the nation's leading retailers to the most pioneering entrepreneurs, you'll have the chance to meet the trend-setters of the design philosophy.

A few ideas on what to see at the London Design Festival in 2016

Visit the Victoria and Albert Museum and see the Green Room, which includes a magnificent silicone cord exhibition filling a 17.5-metre-long stairwell, designed by the luxury watch manufacturer Panerai and the design studio Glithero. At Syon Park you could visit the Decorex International, a luxurious design and interiors show where you can attend seminars led by some of the most influential figures in the industry.

Another highlight of the 2016 programme is The Smile, a 36-metre-long cross-laminated hardwood tube designed in a curved rectangular shape, housed at the prestigious Chelsea College of Art and Design. Then there's the London Design Fair, which includes hundreds of exhibitors from almost 30 countries and is a great chance to discover the latest design ideas from all over the world. This fair includes two trade-only days and two public/trade days and galleries representing 15 countries, so it's guaranteed to be one of the highlights of the festival.

Promote an event

If you're planning a big event in the near future, the London Design Festival will give you the chance to network and mingle with prospective guests. In fact, partners of the festival are even permitted to upload free news articles on the festival website where they can market their latest product launches and other events. And each year, from May to September, the website organises a huge digital campaign with more than 2,000 posts and over two-dozen newsletters, all delivered to the global design community.

Taking place every year, the London Design Festival celebrates the accomplishments of international creative talent. Promoting the British capital as the world's leading centre for design, it includes hundreds of exciting exhibitions representing a wide array of design talent, all of which take place in the city's most prestigious landmarks. Whether you're a business interested in networking or you're simply fascinated by the philosophy of design, there's no shortage of world-class exhibitions during this very special occasion.

Market and network your brand

Attending one of the world's largest design events is an ideal chance to promote your business and raise brand awareness. All organisers of the festival's events, from designers and retailers to charities and museums, are known as partners. As a partner, you'll benefit from a number of exclusive benefits. You'll have a unique, once-in-a-year opportunity to promote your activities via multiple platforms such as the festival website, social media postings, and the printed guide.

Celebrate London's latest design innovations, discover new ideas, learn about the latest design trends, and get networking. From the nation's leading retailers to the most pioneering entrepreneurs, you'll have the chance to meet the trend-setters of the design philosophy.

A few ideas on what to see at the London Design Festival in 2016

Visit the Victoria and Albert Museum and see the Green Room, which includes a magnificent silicone cord exhibition filling a 17.5-metre-long stairwell, designed by the luxury watch manufacturer Panerai and the design studio Glithero. At Syon Park you could visit the Decorex International, a luxurious design and interiors show where you can attend seminars led by some of the most influential figures in the industry.

Another highlight of the 2016 programme is The Smile, a 36-metre-long cross-laminated hardwood tube designed in a curved rectangular shape, housed at the prestigious Chelsea College of Art and Design. Then there's the London Design Fair, which includes hundreds of exhibitors from almost 30 countries and is a great chance to discover the latest design ideas from all over the world. This fair includes two trade-only days and two public/trade days and galleries representing 15 countries, so it's guaranteed to be one of the highlights of the festival.

Promote an event

If you're planning a big event in the near future, the London Design Festival will give you the chance to network and mingle with prospective guests. In fact, partners of the festival are even permitted to upload free news articles on the festival website where they can market their latest product launches and other events. And each year, from May to September, the website organises a huge digital campaign with more than 2,000 posts and over two-dozen newsletters, all delivered to the global design community.

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