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5 Years and Counting For Jab! August 23, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in News.

Jab LogoChamber members, Jab Design  are  getting naturally better with age and are delighted to announce the celebration of its 5th anniversary this month.

Just two months after celebrating the launch of its sister company, Clever Machines Ltd, Jab Design is cracking open the bubbly once again to celebrate the end of its 5th year in the product design and development industry. The world of designers and innovators moves fast, but it seems only yesterday that Jab Design took the plunge and invested significant funds to become the largest product design consultancy in the North West of Britain! Jab Design officially obtained ‘limited company’ status on 7th August 2002 and has grown from just one man in his basement into a flourishing company of 11 staff, with two more starting in September.

In June 2007 Jab Design launched a subsidiary company, Clever Machines, to build on their successes in design consultancy. Clever Machines is a natural ally to Jab Design, assembling high value products for technical leaders in challenging industrial sectors. Manufacturing is alive and well and driven by high design values and a bit of magic.

Jonathan Butters, MD of Jab Design says “2007 is our year of joint ventures and we are partnering several new ventures to bring market-leading ideas to life. In five years Jab Design have designed aeroplanes, plant pots, golf bags, sea safety systems, blood monitors, football games, attack alarms, etc., etc. The dragons are still in the den, but we are out and about, turning ideas into money!”

For further information, please contact Laura Griffiths or Charlotte Corke on 0151 707 7840.



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