The Stationers’ Company are now inviting applications for the 2022 Warrants. The Warrants recognise the hard work, research and quality companies put into their products and services. After a successful 2021 Warrants programme, they are looking forward to promoting an accolade which is designed to recognise and acknowledge excellence within the communication and content industries.
The scheme is open to anyone in the various industry sectors covered by the Stationers’ Company. You do not have to be a member of the Stationers’ Company to apply – just demonstrate that your company has a product or service that stands out. It doesn’t have to be new, but it does have to denote quality as the Warrants are granted as a mark of recognition to highlight excellence. Companies can put forward applications for more than one product or service.
The Warrants are granted based on a set of criteria including original design and high-quality manufacturing/production techniques, as well as factors such as appropriate and sustainable packaging and relevance to the industry or market sector.
Chris Geer, Chair of the Warrants Committee, said, “We are excited to be launching the 2022 Warrants. As businesses are adapting to the ‘new normal’ following the challenging times of the last 18 months, we continue to see many companies providing products and services beyond their usual remit. As in 2021, we believe this year again, more than ever before, those businesses should be recognised for the quality products and services they offer. Warrants are important in highly-competitive markets, as they offer the holder a valuable USP and something to differentiate them from the rest of the crowd. We want businesses to come forward and shout about the great things they are doing”.
If you have a product or service that fits this description, applications are invited from the 5th October and the application process will be available to complete and submit online from the Stationers’ Company website with the closing date for applications being 12th November 2021.