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The Old Truman Brewery Business Directory
* The Old Truman Brewery has become the creative hub of London's East End. Today more than 700 small, creative businesses are housed in the Brewery. Fashion designers, artists and DJ's work alongside graphic designers, architects, advertising companies, digital marketing companies, recording and photographic studios, as well as many public facing businesses including retail, restaurant, bar and market trader offerings.
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Giles Deacon | Design Studio
Giles Deacon is a British fashion designer, best known for his playful designs and his collaboration with High Street retailer New Look.
Telephone: 0207 247 7195
Email: studiogiles@mac.com.
Website: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid  
 
Bare Conductive Ltd
Bare Conductive Ltd. is a small company specializing in the development of non-toxic conductive inks for the creation of custom electronic circuitry. Bare Conductive Ink is an intuitive and non-invasive technology enabling new means of information transfer on skin or on arrays of sensing devices, and bridging the gap between electronics and the body. Bare Conductive Ltd., serves as a vehicle to exploit the existing technology commercially, and further develop it for a wide range of novel applications and scenarios.
Telephone: 020-3432-5385
Email: info@bareconductive.com
Website: www.bareconductive.com  
 
Laboratory Perfumes Ltd
Launched just three years ago, our products have already earned a place on the shelves of several of London’s most prestigious fragrance retailers. We are flattered but not surprised. We have always felt there was a market for scents that appealed to both men and women and created a range of colognes and candles that are genderfree, in both their perfume and their packaging. The individual fragrances have been inspired by the British countryside and coastline. But although their notes echo the great outdoors and are created using only natural oils, we adopt a scientific approach to their blending, hence our name, Laboratory Perfumes. Each fragrance has been formulated with a character that reacts to the wearer and evolves, from its application in the morning, through to the evening. ame A complexity of recipe belied by the simplicity of our packaging. The understated, clear glass bottles and candle beakers are made of borosilicate glass and so, in both material and design, evoke the traditional perfumier’s laboratory.
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Email: accounts@laboratoryperfumes.com
Website: laboratoryperfumes.com/  
 
Supermalt Ltd
Developed in the 1960’s, Supermalt & malt drinks were originally used by the Nigerian Army as a dietary supplement, to re-energise the troops. Supermalt sales spread across Africa and the Caribbean throughout the decade, arriving in the UK in 1978. The mass migration of Afro-Caribbean people to the UK during the 1950’s and 1960’s (the ‘Windrush Generation’, who came to the UK to help fill Britain’s post-war labour requirements), and the resulting population growth during the 1970’s as they settled and started families, led to Supermalt becoming an integral part of the Afro-Caribbean diet. Traditional Caribbean fruit and vegetables were often expensive and hard to find, and Supermalt provided a cheap source of B-Vitamins and nutrition.
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Email: supermalt@royalunibrew.com
Website: www.supermalt.com/  
 
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