Yorkshire consultancy AME Group joins the Design Business Association

Pictured are Ben Wilkinson, Verity Warner, John Greenwood and head of design, Tim Stern

Sheffield based product development and market strategy consultancy AME Group have just been granted membership to the Design Business Association (DBA).  

With only 450 members nationwide of which 48 per cent are London based, AME Group join a select group of Yorkshire agencies, meeting the standards required.

The DBA is the trade organisation for the UK design industry, focused on promoting professional excellence and building productive partnerships between commerce and the design industry. The association champions effective design, communicating its value and the impact it can have on business performance.

Head of Design Tim Stern said: “AME Group understand how to harness the power of design and, in line with the ethos of the DBA, create cost effective results that bring real, measurable value to our clients. 

“Our principles are about acting honourably, responsibly, politely and positively. With DBA membership we aim to bring these values and skills to a wider audience.”  

AME Group has been delivering product development services to start-ups, SMEs and blue-chip companies for over 21 years. From their offices, in South Yorkshire, AME Group serve a diverse range of sectors including: FMCG; Medical; Healthcare and Wellbeing; DIY; and Consumer Electronics. Brands the AME Group design team have worked with include: Proctor and Gamble; Reckitt Benckiser; Morphy Richards, and Tommee Tipppee.   

Adam Fennelow, head of services of the DBA, said: “We are thrilled to welcome AME Group to the DBA. There are many design businesses working in the UK and producing fantastic work. A particular focus for the DBA is to attract those creative businesses that work to a set of business values that benefit them and their clients. We look forward to supporting AME Group on their journey.”

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