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Senior Designer - Exhibition / Event design agency - West London - £35,000 - £47,500

Recruiter
Stonor
Posted
28 November 2012
Closes
28 December 2012
Ref
SW0077 SW0124
Location
West London OR Buckinghamshire
Specialism
Hours
Contract Type
Salary
£35,000 - £45,000

Further information

THE COMPANY

The front runner in their specialised field of Creative event, experiential and exhibition solutions this agency is extremely well established having worked with some of the world biggest brands.

Thriving for over 25 years with year on year growth they have worked on many exciting projects from car launches for BMW through to trade show designs for LG right up to full-on brand experiences for Boeing and Toyota.

Strategy driven, conceptual design is the core focus of these guys and working from their glorious, purpose renovated studio based in a scenic village just West of London. They generate some of the most revered creative ideas in the industry and are on the top of most clients desired supplier list.


THE DESIGNER

Taking inspiration from many sectors, my client is open to the candidate’s background.

Ideally you will have worked in a similar agency creating concepts for events, exhibitions or experiential campaigns. A necessity is to be a true creative strategist with and understanding for event space, interior layout and human interaction with the surroundings. You will be able to demonstrate creative implementation on similar or relevant projects in your folio but always be willing to push boundaries and get your designs remembered.


THE LOCATION

Based in an award winning village in scenic Buckinghamshire, the agency is just west of London with excellent access by Motorway or Train.


THE SALARY

As a successful Graphic, 3D or Event designer the salary offered is c£35,000 - c£45,000

Stonor

Specialist, friendly and independently run Marketing, Creative and Sales recruitment agency in London, Home Counties and the Midlands.

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