The time has come to stop fonting around and get your entries into the Pride In Print Awards; that is the message from awards organisers.
Sue Archibald, awards manager for Pride In Print, says, “There are a few changes to the categories – again it is about meeting change and making sure entrants have good options for entering the work being produced. The Print finishers have requested special consideration for work they are involved with and to meet their needs we have streamlined this area.
“Comments from the industry are always welcomed and explored as it is this continual dialogue and analysis that makes sure the Pride In Print Awards remain a  strong and true industry awards programme that reflects the best of the best being produced by the entire print community”.
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The Pride In Print Awards web site features an extensive Q&A page that explains how to enter and what you need to have with your entry.
Archibald thanks the Pride In Print Awards patrons and sponsors, without whom the awards could not take place.  If your company is interested in being involved in the 2019 campaign contact Lauren at the awards office on 04 2370482.
Currently the 2019 Pride In Print Patrons are APM New Zealand, Norske Skog, Fuji Xerox, and Spicers.
The Pride In Print Sponsors for 2019 are Avery Dennison, B&F Papers, BJ Ball Papers, Currie Group New Zealand, DIC New Zealand, Fujifilm New Zealand, HP, Kurz New Zealand, Opti-Flex, Ricoh New Zealand, and UPM Raflatac New Zealand. The media sponsor is New Zealand Printer magazine.

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