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PrintWeek Awards 2017 winners revealed

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By PrintWeek Team , 17 October 2017

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The UK print industry’s brightest and best were lauded last night at the 2017 PrintWeek Awards, where Buxton Press walked away with the top prize for an unprecedented third consecutive year.

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Company of the Year: Buxton Press
16 October 2017

Three cheers for three years; this is the third consecutive category win for the stellar sheetfed printer in Derbyshire. But team Buxton will not rest. “In spite of ongoing good results they’re still investing...

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SME of the Year: Northside Graphics
16 October 2017

This year’s winner grew from a tiny acorn to a seven-figure turnover in under four years. Only a few minutes from Belfast city centre, the 41-staff company is in capital form, and in the past year has...

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Environmental Company of the Year: Park Communications
16 October 2017

The judges are on to something when they suggest “this company is relentless in its pursuit of environmental best practice”. Park Communications has almost made this category its own, winning the award...

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Customer Service Team of the Year: GI Solutions Group
16 October 2017

The customer is king and this Leicester-headquartered business is set for more of them after a survey showed excellent service was a significant differentiator for GI Solutions.

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Trainee of the Year: Ryan Samways, Amberley Adhesive Labels
16 October 2017

Ryan didn’t have the easiest time at school, “a bit like fitting a square peg into a round hole”. And then it all clicked when Amberley Adhesive Labels took on sixth-former Ryan Samways in 2014 on a modern...

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Marketing Campaign of the Year: Impress Print Services
16 October 2017

With a wistful nod to the past, Impress focused its Digital Gold campaign on Willy Wonka-style tickets to promote new digital metallic technology, strengthen customer loyalty and promote short-run, high-end...

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