Zube Creative are pleased to announce a new logo design for Eco Kraft.
Eco Kraft is a division of the Ait Kraft Group which supply and fit air to air heat pumps. These pumps work in a similar way to air to water heat pumps, but instead of generating hot water, the heat from the compressed refrigerant solution is turned into hot air by the indoor unit which is distributed into the property. In addition, Eco Kraft's air to air heat pumps can also operate as an air cooler during warmer months and advanced air purification technology is particularly beneficial to allergy sufferers.
Eco Kraft's air to air heat pumps are an attractive alternative where external space is limited as they require nothing more than a suitable outside wall, making them ideal for a wide range of property types, including apartments and smaller homes.
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Hot off the presses for November, Zube have produced a project brochure for Living Well West Midlands.
Living Well West Midlands was a three year £6.8 million BIG Lottery funded initiative managed by West Midlands Councils delivering over 29 innovative health and wellbeing projects across 14 West Midlands locations.
Set up to address health inequalities and promote wellbeing, Living Well services have left a lasting impact on the thousands of beneficiaries they have supported over the last three years.
As the portfolio closes, the lessons learned are being integrated and best practice sustained where possible.
This legacy document focuses on some of these lessons and provides case studies to show how some projects have managed to sustain their work.
The Living Well West Midlands portfolio has helped shape and influence health and mental wellbeing services in the West Midlands and the evidence fed into policy has been at every level. We are justifiably proud of the legacy our work has created.
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Zube and Bridge PR had a Challenge Golf Day at the Warwickshire, Leek Wotton.
Situated in the middle of 465 flowing acres in the centre of picturesque Warwickshire countryside, one is able to stand and marvel at the majesty of it. What will astonish the first time visitors is the remarkable variety of golf. American Karl Litten designed a distinctive and different character to include: inland links, woodland, Americana, and parkland - it's all here in one immensely attractive sweep of golfing country. The Warwickshire has played host to many professional tournaments including a European Seniors Tour event and the Midland PGA Final on 3 occasions.
It was a great success (apart from losing on the 18th hole) but we will be doing it again in the future.
Do you fancy a challenge? Contact Paul if you'd like to participate in the next golf challenge.
The Design Museum says its future is secure and it will go ahead with its planned move to the Commonwealth Institute in 2014, despite the Government cutting the grant it gives to the organisation.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has cut its grant to the museum by 65 per cent up until 2015, when it is understood Government funding to the museum will cease completely. The Design Museum will now receive £900 000 of Government cash over the next four years.
In a letter sent to the Design Museum last month, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the museum would receive £328 000 in 2011-12, dropping to £168 000 in 2014-15. Hunt said this funding would go towards educational programmes at the museum.
A spokesman for the Design Museum says just 10 per cent of the museum's annual £4m operating budget comes from the DCMS, adding, 'We have a track record of raising our own funding, from sponsorship, admissions, ticket sales and retail.'
The spokesman adds, 'There is absolutely no threat to the museum's future and this does not affect our move. Having just secured Heritage Lottery Fund funding for the Commonwealth Institute, we are gearing up for the exciting move to our new home in 2014.'
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