TTI's Pudwill Wins Design Award

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HONG KONG-Horst Pudwill, chairman of TTI, has received the Design Leadership Award 2013, presented by the Hong Kong Design Centre.

The award, which has been presented since 2004, recognizes global business leaders who have made major contributions to the integration of strong corporate leadership, design and value-added innovation, according to a TTI statement. The Hong Kong Design Centre is a non-profit organization that promotes the design industry along with working to establish Hong Kong as a center for design excellence in Asia. TTI is the parent company of the Hoover, Dirt Devil and Vax floor-care brands.

Pudwill said TTI invests "considerable resources across the globe to remain at the forefront of product design, engineering excellence, durability and functionality. This prestigious award is not only for me, but also the whole team at TTI for their dedication and commitment to product design and innovation."

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