Mudpie takes aim at students

Mudpie_student_w300UK based global trend forecaster Mudpie has launched an online hub and information source for students.

The Mudpie Student Resource Area is now live with sign ups via Students are invited to sign up free and gain access to insights and advice from the forecaster’s team of experts, favourite websites, publications and blogs as well as past trend reports from

The resource also offers links to Mudpie’s monthly magazine MPD Insight and culture and lifestyle blog the Trend Journal, as well as ads for work placements, job opportunities and career advice, as well as regular competitions and opportunities to learn how the fashion and design industries operate.

Sarah Wade, managing editor of Mudpie online presence said response to the new resource had been strong.

“We have received extremely positive feedback from both students and Universities here in the UK and we will be rolling out the site internationally throughout our network. We look forward to developing this area with feedback from students themselves.”

Mudpie is the UK’s largest trend forecasting service, with an international network spanning 50 countries and branded offices in 17 locations, including Australia (where it is represented by Melbourne based company Ginger Trend Consulting), Asia, Africa, the Americas and Europe.

Established in 1992 by CEO, Fiona Jenvey, Mudpie has the largest range of trend-lead products available, comprising trendbooks – which are the leader in global market share, online trend services (Mpdclick) and is the only forecasting service with its own commercial graphic and textile design studio.

Mudpie publishes forecasted colour information six months in advance of any other trend service and two years ahead of season.

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