11th January 2017
Mynt Design has rebooked to exhibit at Retail Design Expo 2017, after securing two new retail clients at the 2016 show – the first time it had taken part in an industry event.
The agency has booked a larger stand for 2017, having exhibited in the Designer Pavilion in 2016. “Last year was almost a case of dipping our toes in the water, but we secured two projects off the back of it and decided to try again,” says Mynt Design marketing manager Ollie Patterson.
Both of the projects are with smaller UK retailers that required a degree of brand strategy and 2D work, as well as 3D environments, and both jobs are now approaching completion, adds Patterson.
The Leicestershire-based multi-disciplinary creates retail interiors, brand strategies, P-O-P displays, campaigns and communications materials, exhibitions stands and workplaces for a broad range of sectors in the retail industry and beyond. Clients include Timberland, Adidas and optical brand Henry Smith and Hamylton.
Mynt Design will be exhibiting on stand G21 at Retail Design Expo 2017
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