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Mar 22, 2007
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Hello there!

I’m an award winning multidisciplinary Design Leader with more than a decade of experience leading strategic design programs that drives successful brands and Fortune 500 businesses such as GE, Philips, Nakamichi, Flextronics, Ericsson, Hannspree, and HP. My passion is in using Design to make people’s lives better.

I currently run a strategic design consultancy here at Design Sojourn. We deliver market leading design strategies, well articulated and easy to understand design thinking programs, and cutting edge industrial design services.

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Bill Gilg
Apr 20, 11 – 5:10 am

I sent a comment before this popped up. That O.K., though….I’ll tell you what I said:

I am doing a Hobo The Clown project with David Paul. He is a well known photographer.
I feel I would represent APPLE very well as my Hobo The Clown. Remember Emitt Kelly?
He represented Kodak many years ago. It was good then. It could do the same for Apple.
Just go to : http://www.billgilg.com to see first hand. It is also on YouTube.com.
Thank you for your time.

Bill Gilg – singer, actor, entertainer

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