This year Wildwood was thrilled to work on the PR campaign for high-end interior design exhibition Decorex. The event is a real highlight of the luxury design calendar and this year it did not disappoint. Over 12,000 visitors walked the busy show floor to view the expertly curated collection of over 200 exciting interior brands. Master craftspeople showcased their new collections, beautiful products and allowed visitors to get hands-on with their designs. We had a phenomenal four days showcasing the highlights of Decorex to the media and we loved exploring all the features of this year’s show – from diningscapes to design talks.
This year the Wildwood team helped the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) to launch a brand new and unique UK interior design awards programme. Celebrating the very best of British design across the UK, the awards showcase the best interior design projects completed across the UK. On October 5th 2022, following a busy year of planning and promotion, the very first BIID Interior Design Awards took place at the historic Drapers’ Hall in London, where the magnificent interiors created a spectacular backdrop to celebrate and reward the winners.
by Phoebe Bula
Last week I joined the lovely Wildwood team as a PR Account Executive. Despite my inevitable nerves I have thoroughly enjoyed my first week. Tanya and the Wildwood team have been so welcoming, and I have had the chance to get involved with lots of exciting activities!
As the agency representing KBB, Europe’s leading Kitchen, Bathroom and Bedroom industry show, and the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), we’ve connected both clients with this piece from BIID Registered Interior Designer®, Nicola Burt from Nicola Burt Interior Design, offering practical advice on good kitchen design.
We’ve all had to adapt quickly to virtual working, learning and socialising this year. Honing our collective online dexterity so that we can effortlessly jump into seminars, performances, conferences and even exhibitions – all from the comfort of our homes. While face-to-face interaction and live events will never go away, virtual events offer a great alternative for connecting with industry peers and customers. In the future, hybrid event programmes (a mix of virtual and live audiences) will be commonplace – there’s no better time to learn the ropes!
With working from home now a reality for so many employees, what’s best practice for home office design? We invited British Institute of Interior Design Registered Interior Designer®, Chloe Bullock from Materialise Interiors, for advice.
In today’s challenging business climate, there has never been a better time to re-evaluate your brand and refresh your marketing strategy. Wildwood’s Lorraine Nugent recently took part in a Marketing Club webinar which shared expert advice on how organisations can elevate their brands and achieve their PR goals. Lorraine shares her top tips below:
In the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd in the US in May, protestors took to the streets across the world to march against racial inequality.
Design Havens for Heroes is a charity initiative launched by interior designer, Francesca Rowan-Plowden to bring together an inspiring community of talent from the interior design field. The aim is to create room makeover “havens” for accredited NHS key workers who have been working on the front line during the COVID-19 crisis, and who will, undoubtedly, need the benefit of rest and calm in their own homes, after dealing with the emotional and physical demands of tackling the pandemic.
We are delighted to have teamed up with six other marketing specialists to bring you the marketing club webinar – Accelerating out of Lockdown