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Are you ready for the PrintWeek India Awards 2014?

16 April 2014

PrintWeek India Awards 2014 has its stage set to find Indian print's brightest and best companies.

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Last year, the Awards attracted more than 1,200 samples submitted by 113 companies, and was judged by a jury of 40 from the print buying and brand-building community. The deadline for submitting the print samples is 27 June 2014.

The sixth edition of the PrintWeek India Awards will witness 27 performance and quality categories as compared to 25 categories in 2013.

Noel D'cunha, deputy editor, PrintWeek India, said, “In the sixth edition of the Awards, we have redefined and added new categories. The reason is to create exciting gamut of categories which will create interest among the printer friends and compel them to participate.”

The Performance Awards include:

PrintWeek India Printing Company of the Year

Green Printing Company of the Year

Post-Press Company of the Year

Pre-Press Company of the Year

SME Printing Company of the Year

Student of the Year


The Quality Awards includes:

Book Printer of the Year (Academic and Trade)

Book Printer of the Year (Specialty)

Brochure & Catalogue Printer of the Year

Creative Repro Company of the Year

Cross Media Company of the Year

Digital Photo Album Printer of the Year

Digital Printer of the Year

Direct Mail Printer of the Year

Fine Art Printer of the Year

Industrial Product Printer of the Year

Innovative Printer of the Year

Label Printer of the Year (Self adhesive)

Label Printer of the Year (Wet glue)

Magazine Printer of the Year

Newspaper Printer of the Year

Packaging Convertor of the Year (FMCG)

Packaging Convertor of the Year (Luxury)

PUR-Book Maker of the Year

Screen Printer of the Year

Social Stationery Printer of the Year

Wide-format Printer of the Year


To download the PrintWeek India Awards entry form Click Here or contact Rushikesh Aravkar on +91 22 4302 5018 / +91 8108375201.

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