Spring Fair - 3-7 FEBRUARY 2019 - VOLUME OPENS 2 FEB

7-11 FEBRUARY 2021 - EVERYDAY SECTOR OPENS 6 FEB

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  • In 1993 when Oliver Bonas first opened its doors, the independent British lifestyle store sold imported watches and fashion accessories. A lot has changed in the more than 25 years that they’ve served our high streets, and a big part of that has been the hiring of their first ever designer, Molly Park.
  • The global ceramics market is expected to reach $286 billion by 2022 and The Staffordshire Potteries hopes to contribute significantly to this, reasserting itself as a global centre for ceramics, based around design-led production. The Spring Fair team spoke with Alex Allday, Ceramic and Surface Pattern Designer who works in the heart of this industry. 
  • How does Google work?

    30 Jan 2020

    Google’s goal is to replicate the offline process that we all go through when deciding who to trust in various situations. For example, I trust my greengrocer to tell me all about fruit and veg, but probably don’t trust him to tell me how to fit my new dishwasher.

    Google works in a very similar way and has developed a series of ranking signals to determine how useful your content is for a variety of different searches.

  • Meet Dan Dicker, a former Dyson designer and inventor who in 2003 went on a journey to design and bring meaningful products to the market, made from recycled or ‘waste’ materials. All who have had the pleasure of speaking with Dan know that to him, there is no such thing as waste material.
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