09 Nov 2023
by Liz Whyte

Stationers’ Company Warrants - Closing date approaches

Chris Geer, Chair, and the members of the Stationers’ Company Warrants Committee would like to thank those who have already expressed interest in the Stationers’ Company 2024 Warrants programme.

The closing date for applications for the Stationers 2024 Warrants is 30 November 2023 and applications can be submitted online from the Stationers’ Company website https://www.stationers.org/company/engagement-with-our-industries/warrants-scheme/warrants-application or you can request an email copy of the Application Form and the Terms and Conditions from the Chair of the Warrants Committee, Mrs Chris Geer at warrants@stationers.org.

Products and services awarded the Stationers’ Company Warrant are of a quality which results from the hard work and research which went into their development and recipients have noticed and commented on the benefits of being able to use the Warrant.

In 2022, Richard Chapman Studio  were Awarded a Warrant  in recognition of excellence for their work on the centenary rebranding and website project completed for the architecture practice Mountford Pigott  

Richard Chapman,  Creative Director comments:

“Doing business in 2023 is a tough game. Sometimes it seems like everyone out there wants to undercut, shortcut or cut you off at the knees! I believe that having a badge of authenticity and quality makes all the difference.

"I run a design business creating branding and web design: there are no trade associations for graphic designers, just word of mouth from our customers and great feedback. So when the opportunity to apply for a Stationers’ Warrant came up, I was immediately intrigued. By chance, we’d recently completed a landmark project for a firm of architects celebrating their centenary with a rebrand and new website. It was exactly the sort of blue chip project that we were keen to have given an additional rubber-stamp by an independent body.

"We were thrilled to be awarded a Warrant and display it proudly in the office and on our website. I believe it’s made a real difference to enhancing our reputation and securing new contracts."

Chris Geer, Chair of the Stationers’ Warrants Committee said:

“It is good to be able to recognise top quality products and services throughout the Communications and Content Industries and to know that the Stationers’ Warrants in themselves are of benefit to the recipients”.