08 Mar 2024
by Helen Dunn

The Stationers' Company Warrants Scheme 2024

The Stationers’ Warrant is proud to be celebrating its 10th Anniversary. 

During this time it has established itself as a mark of recognition highlighting excellence within our industries. Members of The Stationers’ Company hold the Warrant in extremely high esteem reflecting our unique reach and expertise.

We have now recognised many companies with Stationers’ Warrants, and we are developing the programme year on year. Winning entries have the honor of using the Company Warrant on their product or for promoting their service, which has proved a really positive selling point.

As our marketplaces have changed, The Stationers’ Warrants have also witnessed changes by seeing not only traditional products such as pens and notebooks, but also products which embrace sustainability and services that are unique and truly relevant to our industry.

Chris Geer, Chairman of the Warrants Committee, commented: “As business continue to navigate through challenging times it has been a pleasure to once again receive so many innovative applications from a broad cross section of our Content and Communications Industries.

The 2024 Stationers' Company Warrants have been bestowed upon remarkable recipients, celebrating their dedication to design, manufacturing, and sustainability.

Warrants awarded by: Tony Mash (The Master 2023-24: The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers)

Rose Calendars impressed with their century-long expertise, utilizing sustainable methods like carbon-captured paper and solar power.

Victor Stationery tinted paper aids learning for those with dyslexia, promoting self-confidence and reducing visual stress.

Conway Stewart Sterling Silver pens were honoured for their quality and heritage, showcasing exquisite guilloche engraving.

A-dapt International Ltd.'s tutoring technology adapts video tutorials in real-time based on emotion analysis, revolutionizing skill development.

Glassboxx received recognition for its digital fulfilment service, bridging the gap between publishers and customers while minimizing environmental impact.

Aurora Pen Writing Instruments earned a warrant for their quality writing instruments, tailored to individual styles.

Ricoh UK Ltd.'s RICOH Pro Z75 digital press, with aqueous ink, enhances print quality and accelerates the shift from offset to digital.

Supadu Ltd.'s Smart Buy Buttons empowers publishers to engage readers across digital platforms, boosting engagement and sales.

Integra Business Solutions Limited Initiative Office Products received a warrant for its competitively priced own brand, empowering independent dealers to compete with global players.

These warrants, established in 2014, symbolize excellence across various industries, highlighting original design, high-quality manufacturing, sustainability, and sector relevance. They provide a prestigious platform to showcase quality offerings and differentiate within the market.

Should you require any more information on either the Stationers’ Company Warrant or the warrant winning products, then please contact Chris Geer warrants@stationers.org.

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