Titan Creative Design: Neri Plans New Design Team
Newly-appointed design director to assemble new team.
- (1888PressRelease) July 02, 2016 - Titan Creative Design's newly-appointed design director, Lloyd Neri has won approval to begin assembling a new creative team that will focus specifically upon updating the company's home and office furnishings lines.
The Singapore-based creative design agency which maintains a number of lucrative licensing contracts with European and American furniture manufacturers and retailers, will initiate a drive to update its most popular designs while introducing an extensive range of new additions which it hopes will win and retain new licenses into the next decade.
"We have a number of incredibly popular lines which have become classics but we must maintain our edge and ensure that our brand remains current and avant-garde without diluting that which has made us so successful up to this point," explains Mr. Neri.
Mr. Neri will kick off hiring by selecting a Lead Designer who will drive the team's efforts to create discerning lines in office furniture. The company is hoping to boost its profile in Asia by selling directly to manufacturers supplying the region's largest office development companies.
Nic Chohan, Titan Creative Design's CEO says, "Lloyd asked for free reign to revamp the design team for Asia as a condition for accepting the role here at Titan Creative Design. He believes that Asian companies will be more likely to appreciate Asian influences in their design perspectives and, while it's not something we initially considered, his experience in this region is such that we were willing to give him the latitude he asked for."
Mr. Neri is expected to begin shortlisting candidates during the course of the next few weeks.
About Titan Creative Design:
Titan Creative Design was established in order to provide in depth consultation to a wide range of boutique developers and architects, with a particular focus on Japan.
Each building has a responsibility to its environment, natural and urban, as well as its occupants. This results in a particular design solution, unique to each project. This concept permeates to its interior, providing a setting and ambiance for the space and its potential usage.