Submissions eligible for the early-bird entry discount must be filed online by midnight tonight.
However, the standard entry deadline is Friday 5 July, so there’s still plenty of time to put together your award-winning submission.
Independently judged by leading print buyers and experts, the PrintWeek Awards are designed to ensure a level playing field, with first-time entrants and seasoned pros having an equal chance of winning the industry’s premier prize.
“The PrintWeek Awards are a bit like the FA Cup competition, providing a platform for smaller businesses to compete against larger ones. Success measured on quality of production demonstrates not all print is the same,” said Fenton Smith, managing director of Boss Print, a double winner in 2018.
As the industry’s most recognised scheme, winning a PrintWeek Award has proven business benefits.
“If you want to win an award then it is a PrintWeek award. Being able to show prospective new clients that you have won gives another reason for them to trust you and give you that first chance,” said Sam Neal, CEO of Geoff Neal Group, the reigning Direct Mail Printer of the Year.
Entering is a simple two-step process: you need to complete your online submission either by tonight or the 5 July, and then submit your physical print samples by 1 August for consideration across the three judging days.
The 23 categories can be viewed here, and if you would like advice on which categories to enter, the entry process or anything else to do with the 2019 Awards, please contact Shakira Browne either on 0203 915 9454 or via email@example.com