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San Antonio, Texas, United States

Concept Resource: Adding value to the recruitment process

Thu, 15 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Concept Resource, initially created exclusively for the automotive industry, was formed with one goal in mind – to add value to the recruitment process. The Coventry-based company has over 10 years of experience placing highly – qualified candidates in job opportunities supplied by some of Europe's top design studios, as well as being the largest automotive design recruitment company in the UK. Concept Resource's three year strategy is to become the largest in Europe.

New York City Taxi of Tomorrow plans hit a roadblock

Thu, 10 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

New York City administration's plan to replace current taxi cabs with the specially developed Nissan Taxi of Tomorrow has been stymied by a recent legal decision, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. The New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan (it's a bit confusing, but this is actually the on the level of the lowest state courts in New York state's court system) has issued a decision which determined the project to be an overreach of executive authority, siding with taxi magnate Evgeny Freidman and the Greater New York Taxi Association. The court stated that city's Taxi and Limousine Commission lacked the authority to compel cab companies to purchase the any particular vehicle -- in this case, the Nissan NV200 Taxi, which was slated to hit streets just a couple weeks from now on Oct.

Spring 2014 issue of Interior Motives magazine out now

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The spring edition of Car Design News’ quarterly interior design publication, Interior Motives magazine, is out now. This issue features in-depth design development articles on the most interesting and important concept and production vehicles from the recent Tokyo, Detroit and Geneva auto shows.  The cover star is Nissan’s IDx concept. Displayed in two different forms – sporty Nismo and laid-back Freeflow – the project was carried out with input from 30 young, fashion-conscious members of ‘Generation Z’ (born post-1990).