Stationers’ issues 2021 innovation warrants

Printweek Team
Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The Stationers’ Company has issued seven new Stationers’ Warrants, which highlight excellence within its member industries.

Geer: delighted to receive so many impressive applications
Geer: delighted to receive so many impressive applications

Launched in 2014, the scheme recognises products and services from Stationers’ members that demonstrate elements including innovation, highest quality manufacturing, environmental credentials and impact, relevance and popularity within its market sector.

Each application is judged on its own merits by a panel headed by Warrants Committee chairman Chris Geer.

“Despite the unprecedented year we have just had, the Company was delighted to receive so many impressive applications from such a broad cross section of the Communications and Content industries,” she said.

Seven new warrants were issued this year to specialist printer Baddeley Brothers, luxury printer Downey, Office and IT supplies marketing agency Incontrol Marketing, surplus toner company The Jolly Savage Company, cloud based management workflow system developer PrintIQ, post-press equipment specialist Renz UK, and advocacy group Two Sides (see boxout).

The panel also extended the warrants for EO Group's Office Power Dealer network programme, Victor Stationery's Rhino Notebook and Brown Fox's fine stationery range.

New Stationers’ Warrants for 2021
Baddeley Brothers for its “elegant and distinctive labels using flawless design technology for Pirates Grog Number 13 Labeling”
Downey for its “luxury design and print services marrying modern sustainability with 100 years of tradition”
Incontrol Marketing for the “personalisation and tailoring of its Marketing Portal and its emphasis on continuous improvement”
The Jolly Savage Company for its “sustainable concept for putting back unused consumables into the supply chain”
PrintIQ for the “continuous development approach with the sustainable focus on remotely trained and installed software in its print workflow management software”

Renz UK for its “Air2Color product demonstrating the pivot to using existing expertise in responding to the market demands of the past year”

Two Sides for its “proven goals promoting sustainability in the print, paper and paper packing supply chain combined with an innovative campaigning and information led programme”

For information on the 2022 Stationers’ Warrant scheme, email





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