Watch PrintWeek India Awards 2018 on BTVi

By 04 Jan 2019

If you missed the tenth edition of PrintWeek India Awards 2018 in Mumbai on 29 November, you can now enjoy the evening from the comforts of your home, as BTVi (Business Television India) will broadcast the Award show on 12 and 13 January.


BTVi has announced two schedules for the programme — at 11:30 am on Saturday, 12 January and 3:30 pm on Sunday, 13 January.

“Telecasting the PrintWeek India Awards is a step further towards promoting print in the mainstream,” said Ramu Ramanathan, editor, PrintWeek India. “The telecast of the tenth edition of PrintWeek India Awards will highlight the best of Indian printing and packaging industry.”

The annual Award ceremony, which honours excellence in printing, was attended by the who’s who of the industry. The evening saw a total of 24 awards handed over to more than 20 print firms in two distinct categories – Quality and Performance. The event saw 10 first time winners, a record till now.

Popular film and theatre actor Denzil Smith hosted the event which saw him reciting Limericks to introduce the winners in the audience of over 250.

The chief guest of the evening was Ravi Chawla, managing director of Gulf Oil, who in his speech highlighted the importance of packaging in the overall marketing of a product.

PrintWeek India Awards 2018 was supported by Bhumi World, Bobst India, Canon India, Heidelberg India, CH Java & Co, Kala Jyothi, Marks Group, Megabound, Colorix, Pidilite Industries, Sangeeta Poly Pack, Sona Signature Papers, TechNova, Toyo Inks, Impel Services (Welbound Worldwide) and BTVI.

Post the telecast, the video will be available on PrintWeek India website and YouTube Channel. Subscribe to PrintWeek India on YouTube and get notified as soon as the video is available.

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