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The Stationers’ Company Warrants: Nine awarded for 2018

The Stationers Company Warrant was introduced by Past Master Helen Esmonde in 2014 and recognises and promotes excellent products and services.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 11 October 2017 06:05

The Stationers’ Company Warrants: Nine awarded for 2018

Some of the warrant holders for 2018.

The range of products and services that have received the warrant over the past four years shows how both the livery company and the trades have changed in recent times, says the Stationers’ Company.

The Stationers’ Warrants have been awarded not only to traditional products such as pens, notebooks and unique publications but also products that you cannot feel or touch and are on “the Cloud”.

All the previous warrant winners have in common, continues the Company, is the positive impact on sales to which the award of the warrant has been a major contributing factor.

Mike James, the Chairman of the Warrants Committee states that this year, "the Stationers’ Company had a record number of applicants for the warrant and the judging was interesting. At times the discussions were quite heated, and it was great to see the passion of the judging committee. At the conclusion of the judging it was decided to award new warrants to five products with a further four products having their warrants extended for another year."

The companies that have extended the warrant from previous years where the Judging panel saw further innovation and development of the products are as follows:

  • EO Group for the Office Power Dealer network programme
  • Prima Software for Prima Cloud product
  • Slightly Foxed for the wonderful quarterly review
  • Victor Stationery for the Rhino Notebook

The new Stationers’ Warrants for 2018:

  • Stewart Superior for the SSeco Security Folder
  • Office Club for the Cool Earth Paper.
  • Gopak for Ultralight Staging
  • PCS for its online solution for editorial and collaboration workflows.
  • Alamy for Picture Library

The judging for the 2019 Stationers warrant will commence in March 2019 under a new Chairman, Sammy Bartley.

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