PrintWeek Awards

PrintWeek Awards winners unveiled at glittering ceremony


By PrintWeek team, 20 October 2015

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Buxton Press was crowned 2015 Company of the Year at last night’s PrintWeek Awards, where the cream of the sector celebrated everything that’s great about the UK print industry.

Performance Awards

Company of the Year 2015: Buxton Press
19 October 2015

Runner-up last year, Buxton Press, went one better in 2015 thanks to a raft of improvements, including extensive remodelling and extension of its factory in Derbyshire. Into the new-look site went two...

SME of the Year 2015: First 4 Print Finishing
19 October 2015

First the reckoning: “Quite possibly the toughest year in terms of the number of exceptional entries,” said the judges. “But this company once again proved, even in one of the toughest markets, that getting...

Environmental Company of the Year 2015: DST
19 October 2015

Judges were looking for evidence of programmes, changes and measurable results when weighing up entries for the Environmental Company of the Year. With DST, there were plenty across its seven sites.

Customer Service Team of the Year 2015: Geoff Neal Group
19 October 2015

Judges are exacting, and for this category they demanded no less than world-class customer service and exemplary performance – Geoff Neal Group at your service. Last year the company rolled out a training...

Trainee of the Year 2015: Jonathan Taylor, De La Rue
19 October 2015

“Two years ago I could not imagine the fantastic rewards that lay ahead,” said Jonathan. That was before he joined De La Rue as an apprentice printer. He now works on components that go into bank notes...

Cross-media Company of the Year 2015: Cyan Group
19 October 2015

Cyan Group supported SPMSD for a Flu Patient Support campaign with a difference: rather than a one-size-fits-all approach to printed materials such as posters, each surgery could choose and personalise...

Marketing Campaign of the Year 2015: DST
19 October 2015

DST’s campaign asked customers six key questions, from ‘How can I make my communication stand out?’ to ‘How can I handle all responses effectively?’ to focus on the benefits of integrated communications....


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