PrintWeek Awards

To the victors (and also to the runners up) go the spoils


By Richard Stuart-Turner, 18 May 2015

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Each year, the select few printers that win – and indeed even those who are shortlisted for – a PrintWeek Award have a similar story to tell: that any effort or expense that goes into entering the Awards is significantly outweighed by the rewards.

Performance Awards

Company of the Year: Tradeprint
21 October 2014

Investment in technology has been the keynote of a thumpingly good year for this “software company that happens to print”, whose lean manufacturing and automated processes mean 98% of work is processed...

SME of the Year: Nationwide Print
21 October 2014

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall is grabbing attention down in the West Country. The print company that recently added this signature restaurant to its roster of tasty blue-chip clients is grabbing attention...

Trainee of the Year: Jordan Dudas, AJS Labels
21 October 2014

If Jordan Dudas was curious about printing, his bosses we no less fascinated by their new recruit when he turned up at AJS Labels late last summer.

Environmental Company of the Year: Park Communications
21 October 2014

Park Communications can’t stop winning because it won’t stop rolling out environmental initiatives.

Marketing Campaign of the Year: 1st Byte
21 October 2014

In February this year 1st Byte added an extra dimension to its services – literally.

Customer Service Team of the Year: Amberley Adhesive Labels
21 October 2014

The response from Estée Lauder says it all: “You guys are awesome. In 30 years of working in packaging, Amberley is the most powerful and creative label supplier I have ever worked with.”

Cross-media Company of the Year: Eclipse Red
21 October 2014

It was the personal touch that did it. Car dealer JCT600 asked Eclipse Red to produce a more personalised automated communication package.


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