Musical Fidelity Moves On

On 13 May 2018, Austrian manufacturer Pro-Ject Audio Systems purchased British electronics manufacturer Musical Fidelity from its founder, Antony Michaelson. (https://theaudiophileman.com/project-musical-fidelity-buy-news/)

4 months ago

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Printing to the edge in WORD

Hugely irritating when you can't find the right sub-menu, but useful as much business correspondence is sent by email.

2 years ago

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Simple Sales Leaflet Structure

Equinox Partners were frequently tasked with delivering simple leaflets as leave pieces. By distilling down the messages into the areas shown we managed to satisfy the client's needs without unnecessary additional wording and crowding space.

2 years ago

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Can a Black Box ever be Green??

Zanshuri Group design and manufacture outstandingly efficient, state-of-the-art Personal Computers.

3 years ago

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Availexe – a new generation of business consultancy

Availexe is a new generation of business consultancy, providing highly skilled candidates to fast developing companies who have neither the time or the inclination to take the responsibilities of full-time staff.

3 years ago

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The Power of Direct Print Mail

The Royal Mail commissioned the ‘Private Life of Mail' which took 18 months to complete.

4 years ago

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The Royal Foundation of St Katharine

The History of The Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of St Katharine by the Tower is a fascinating one. 

4 years ago

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The Silent Salesmen for Financial Services

The quality of the presentation of a company’s financial services is vital in sealing the relationship with their clients – whether they are long-established or a new prospect.

4 years ago

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Graphics for Electronic Products

Equinox Partners have been involved with the design of Musical Fidelity's Hi-Fi equipment for a number of years.

4 years ago

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Watches & Wonders

Switzerland has been the cradle of the World's watchmaking industry since the Calvanist reforms of 1541 turned the country into a refuge for Protestant craftsmen from all over Europe. This long tradition created the foundations for the companies of Vacheron Constantin and Chopard to become the most prestigious jewellers and watchmakers in the World.

4 years ago

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The River of Power comes to Canary Wharf

A chance to get up close and personal with Father Thames. The puppet head and costumes for the CMS Cameron McKenna Lord Mayor's Parade can be seen in the Carary Wharf Community Arts window in the Mall belwo Canada Square. "More than just a Parade' illustrates the community involvment that CMS has with local schools and their commitment to their Corporate Social Responsibility programme.

4 years ago

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Southwark Careers Fair, The Guildhall

April 3rd, The Guildhall, London.

4 years ago

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Positive Focus – Helping companies feel good about themselves

The benefits of a company’s brand – to create memorability, trust, confidence and loyalty through a distinctive visual appearance of its products and services – brings momentum to repeat sales and encourages word-of-mouth endorsements at reduced cost to the company.

5 years ago

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More than just a Parade

Creating projects to reach into the hearts of the community, CMS Cameron McKenna's staff contribute annually more than 16,000 hours of volunteer time. This accounts for most members of their staff providing at least 10 hours – and some even 150 hours – of their time every year.

5 years ago

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Creating a Parade for the Lord Mayor's Show

In 1215, Clause 13 of the Magna Carta specified that  “The City of London shall enjoy all its ancient liberties and free customs, both by land and by water. We also will and grant that all other cities, boroughs, towns, and ports shall enjoy all their liberties and free customs.”

5 years ago

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A major Olympic legacy project

To celebrate one year on from the 2012 Games, ExCeL London commissioned Equinox Partners to utilise the Olympic and Paralympic pictograms that symbolised the disciplines held within their halls, to recognise the key officials involved and the four Gold medal winners who contributed to the success of the Games for Great Britain.

5 years ago

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The Sir David Jack Memorial

With outstanding foresight, Sir David Jack is to be remembered as the main driving force behind one of the UK’s – and the World’s – foremost pharmaceutical companies. He was responsible, as Research and Development Director in the late 1960s, for putting in train a series of events that would take Glaxo, and their subsidiary Allen & Hanbury, from manufacturers of ‘formula’ baby milk and cough pastilles to the highest echelons of their industry.

5 years ago

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