4D Products require a cutting edge showreel style marketing focused video, showcasing who we are, what we do, how we do it, and the successes of previous projects. Please click on the link below to access the full details.
4D Products has strong ambition to accelerate its growth and for this reason is working with Sci-Tech Daresbury as a partner in the Liverpool City Region – New Markets 2 Programme which is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). This programme will part fund the work requested below and hence accelerate the impact arising for 4D Products.
In order to grow our business we need to attract new customers. In a world where video is becoming ubiquitous in people’s lives, 4D Products wishes to utilise the engaging nature and reach of video to market our design services to a wider audience.
Some great feature articles have been spotted recently in a range of media outlets, featuring one of 4D Products innovative Product Designs, developed with the assistance of The Virtual Engneering Centre. Good work everyone! here is just one of them…
Iain took part in the ‘Walk in the dark 2017’ charity walk on the 29th of April, walking 11 miles from Chorley to Preston Hospital, as part of the Rosemere Cancer centres 20th Anniversary fundraising appeal. If anyone is feeling generous and would still like to donate to this fantastic cause, please do so by CLICKING THIS LINK.
Amazing! A quarter of the year has gone already! A busy start to 2017 at 4D Products has seen a range of exciting new projects start within the 4D Design Studio.
We are excited to be working with Invertek Drives to supply development services on a range of their industrial electronics enclosures. Invertek Drives is a global manufacturer of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs / AC Drives) for energy efficient control of variable speed electric motors.
Our long term relationship with Sentinel Performance Solutions has seen us develop several new products recently; some are new and improved versions of existing products, some carving out completely new product sectors.
Prime Minister Theresa May and the members of her Cabinet chose Sci Tech Daresbury as the location for her first regional Cabinet meeting, which took place at the Campus Technology Hub, and for the launch of the Government’s new Industrial Strategy green paper. The strategy includes plans for investment into research and innovation, development of technical skills in science, technology, engineering, maths and digital proficiency, and supporting businesses and entrepreneurs as they start and grow.
A delegation from 4D Products was spotted in the vicinity. One source suggested they May have been advising the government on Product Design and Innovation. A member of the 4D design team commented “No comment”.