We’re Award Winners!

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Revive & Thrive is a Business group made up from experts in town regeneration, passionate about helping bring high streets back to life.

An event was organised at the Black Country Living Museum bringing together some of the most innovative town centre solutions each of which was presented to a judging panel of retailers, town team leaders, BID managers as well as anyone else passionate about place and community.

Way-finding, Pop-up shops, analysis of data, customer service training, WiFi for town centres, reward cards & Apps were just a few of the entrants along with Christmas lights & creating vibrant ‘spaces’ where there were none before…so many fabulous solutions which work together well.

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New! Workshop for Business Networkers!

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Business Generator Event

We’ve recently been networking, networking, networking  – spreading the word about how Made You Look! can help so many different types of businesses – not just retailers.  It occurred to us that there are so many micro businesses who work from  Home-Offices, they rely on Networking Events and Exhibitions to promote themselves and to find work.  So, just like any shop window display, these small businesses need to create impact and attract attention in the same way.

So we have created a short course specifically for that purpose!

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Christmas at Walmgate Alehouse in York


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We were invited to help with the re-brand of a local bar and bistro, pulling its 17th Century history back to the fore.  Working alongside the owners’ own plans and using our expertise as well as our passion to deliver a great look and feel to a fabulous building, the following ideas evolved to achieve interest and intrigue as well as a relaxing ambience.    Continue reading

Working with schools

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Classroom displays needn’t be flat and uninspiring – they should be exciting and fun!  By showing teachers how we create the ‘wow!’ factor in window displays, the materials used in our prop-making and of course the same basic display guidelines we use in any display, teachers are inspired.  By pulling our skills and theirs together,  magnificent displays are created.

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