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Clive Mohan

Clive Mohan – Motion Graphics Artist/Editor at Imagine Entertainment Editing – Clive has been working professionally in post-production for over 10 years, and loves his job. With the right equipment you can create anything, just imagine. Clive has a long background at Fox but prefer the independent world. Clive is rather shy and prefers to go unnoticed


Clive & Co

Clive’s thirty three year career in hairdressing began with an apprenticeship at Jingles International London. While with the company, he became a member of the Art team, splitting his time between the New York Academy, London academy, which he managed and traveling the world educating Hairdressers in places such as Europe, Hong Kong and North America.

In 1985, along with business partner Shaun McCarthy, Clive moved to the U.S. together they opened Shaun and Clive in Dallas Texas. After 10 years in business, Clive ventured out on his own, opening Clive and Company in 1997. Clive’s experience in both education and in the salon gave him the ability to successfully create a company based solely on service and quality. That ability still holds true today, as evidenced by Clive and Company’s consistent appearance on D Magazine’s Best Salons list.

In 2006, Clive was appointed Chairman of the Texas Cosmetology Advisory Board, a position he held for five years. He continues to stand as a firm pillar in the encouragement of the highest standards of knowledge and quality of service in the industry.

Clive moved to a new location near the Dallas Galleria in December of 2006.  His passion for architecture is reflected in the salon’s beautiful, modern, and elegant design.

In keeping with Clive’s commitment to excellence and its award-winning status, Clive and Co uses only the highest quality hair care products, Kerastase, Shu Uemura and Bumble and Bumble.  Both product lines are continually nominated and awarded the most prestigious honors in the industry and are designed to enhance the natural beauty of the hair.

Sir Clive Marles Sinclair

has been an iconic and often controversial figure in British industry for more than quarter of a century. He chalked up significant successes – the first pocket calculator, the first pocket television, the best-selling British computer of all time – but is at least as well known for his spectacular failures, most notably the C5 electric vehicle. He was lauded (and awarded a knighthood) by Margaret Thatcher’s government for leading what was seen as a renaissance of British industry, but was seen in other quarters as offering only skin-deep solutions to Britain’s industrial malaise. Now in his sixties, Sir Clive still continues to produce a variety of innovative products from his Londonheadquarters.

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Clive Efford

Clive was elected as the MP for the Eltham constituency in 1997. From 2001 until October 2008 he was a member of the influential parliamentary Transport Select Committee.  Clive was a Shadow home office minister from 2010-2011 and has served as a PPS to John Healey and Margaret Beckett before this; Clive is now the Shadow Minister for Sport.

Clive has been a regular in the parliamentary Football team, is a lifelong Millwall fan and has an FA coaching certificate.  He lists among his greatest achievements his successful campaign to have a new sports centre built in Eltham town centre which combines Leisure facilities, an FE college, Library and centre for Council Services. It has been hailed as an example of good practice.

Another of his proudest achievements is the work he has done to save Samuel Montagu Youth Centre which provides Sporting facilities for young people in the Constituency. Prior to being an MP Clive served as a councillor for the old Eltham Well Hall ward from 1986 until 1998. He has also been a governor of Henwick Primary School since 1986 – meaning he has now been involved with the school for over 25 years!

Outside of politics Clive has worked as a youth worker, set up a job club for young people, owned his own business and been a licensed London taxi driver. During his time as a London Taxi Driver he represented the T&G on the London Taxi Board. He was also elected to the unions Passenger Transport Committee. Clive has been married to Jill since 1981. They live in Eltham with their three daughters. Jill is a teacher in a Greenwich primary school.

Clive Rohald

Clive Rohald needs only four hours of sleep. He’s not sure why—and neither are we—but whatever the reason, our clients are lucky that it’s so. As the London-based creative director for our regions in Europe and the Middle East, Clive’s phone rings both early and late from far-flung locations. He can answer in English, Hebrew or Afrikaans.

Clive’s tireless leadership has led to award-winning designs, naming and brand architecture solutions, and the translation of brand strategies into compelling brand voice solutions for our clients. Recent projects have included the development of the 75th Anniversary Campaign for Saudi Aramco (the state-owned national oil company of Saudi Arabia) and the brand identity for LyondellBasell, the world’s third-largest chemical company.

In 2003, he left Siegel+Gale to co-found Karakter, a strategic brand consultancy focused on global brand implementation for clients including Norsk Hydro and Romtelecom. Four years later, Siegel+Gale acquired Karakter, and Clive came back to the fold. He has managed the creative design of European and Middle Eastern identity programs including B. Braun, Roche Nicholas, Eurotel, Bank Hapoalim, Novartis, El Al, Click GSM, American Express, British American Tobacco, Green Flag, Czech Airlines, Romtelecom and Solidere. Before his first stint at Siegel+Gale, Clive worked with several leading design and advertising agencies in Auckland, Johannesburg and London, including Ogilvy & Mather, D’arcy, Masius Benton & Bowles and Landor Associates. His clients included BMW, Mercedes-Benz, South African Airways, Kellogg’s and Cadburys