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On 14, Feb 2013 | In Updates | By FigDesign
The US Chamber of Commerce has released their list of the 100 best small businesses in America, and seven of the Blue Ribbon Small Businesses were nominated by the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber.
Companies recognized include: Car Concepts-Rick’s Independent Car Kare, Courtroom Sciences,Express Employment Professionals, FigDesign, Glory House Catering, Larsen Dye Architects, and Mito Financial. These businesses will be recognized in Washington DC during the US Chamber’s Small Business Forum April 29 – May 1. In addition, these businesses, and others participating in the Irving Chamber’s DC Fly-In, will tour the Pentagon, receive an issues briefing and visit Irving’s US Congressional delegation offices.
US Chamber President and CEO, Thomas J. Donohue, stated, “The Blue Ribbon Award winners show that, even facing uncertainty and economic challenges, small businesses can grow and succeed. “They are America’s economic engine, driving growth and job creation all across this country.”
On 10, Dec 2012 | In Updates | By FigDesign
Again this year, the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce nominated FigDesign for the U.S. Chamber Small Business of the Year Award.
The U.S. Chamber takes great pride in honoring small business leaders who embody the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship and for their significant contributions in ensuring our country’s growth and prosperity.
Information on the awards program, awards timeline, and application information is available at www.uschambersummit.com. The winner, regional finalists, and Blue Ribbon honorees will be recognized at America’s Small Business Summit 2013, held April 29 – May 1, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
On 05, Mar 2012 | In Updates | By FigDesign
The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that eight small businesses have received national recognition from the US Chamber of Commerce.
On 19, May 2011 | In Updates | By FigDesign
FigDesign celebrated its silver anniversary by hosting the Irving Chamber Five Star Business Mixer on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. The event was held at the company offices located in the historic 1925 home of former Irving Mayor C. P. Caldwell.
In addition, a resolution was passed by the Texas House of Representatives recognizing FigDesign on the occasion of its twenty-fifth year of business.
On 05, Feb 2008 | In Updates | By FigDesign
From the Brookhaven Courier, 4 February 2008:
The Visual Communications program at Brookhaven College is displaying works of graphic designer David Fiegenschue until February 22.
The VCOM program displays work by professionals to provide examples of what students are aiming for when taking classes.
Jerry Hill, VCOM professor, said one reason to bring professionals like Fiegenschue to Brookhaven is, “Primarily to show students real world examples of what they’re being taught and how professionals execute those projects and problems to strengthen and reinforce the instruction that we provide our students, so they can see and understand the process.”
Fiegenschue said he has been in the profession for 21 years and owns his own business, FigDesign. The company creates logos and symbols for different industries and companies. His work is both inventive and simple.
Fiegenschue was present for the opening of the gallery January 24. The reception was filled with students, faculty and industry professionals to applaud the designer’s work.
FigB®and is an exhibit of logo and trademark design by David Fiegenschue, president of FigDesign.
The exhibit is available for display in business schools, colleges, universities, corporations, galleries and other organizations with an interest in the value that visual design contributes to corporate culture and business success.
On 24, Nov 2003 | In Updates | By FigDesign
FigDesign remodeled and now occupies the historic 1925 home of former Irving Mayor C. P. Caldwell. Mr. Caldwell was mayor of Irving in the late 1930s, and hired the first city employee.
The property was in the Caldwell family until the 1980s, and is located in the original 80 acres that made up the town of Irving at the city’s founding in 1903. Working with the City, FigDesign rebranded the area as the Irving Heritage District in 1998.
The city was in the process of identifying significant older properties in order to erect markers for the Centennial celebration in 2003. Nancy Caldwell Taylor of Little Rock, the youngest child who grew up in the home, was delighted to memorialize her father’s mayoral legacy by unveiling the marker in a formal front yard ceremony.