The Stationers’ Company will shortly be launching their 2021 Warrants. If you believe you have a product or service that you would like officially recognised and promoted, applications are set to open in October.
The scheme will be open to any company in the Industry Sectors that the Stationers’ Company represents, including the stationery sector, who believes they have a product or service that stands out. The product doesn’t have to be new, but it does have to denote quality as the Warrants were established as a mark of recognition to highlight excellence within their industries.
The Warrants will be awarded based on a set of criteria including original design and high-quality manufacturing/production techniques, as well as benchmarks such as appropriate and sustainable packaging and relevance to its industry or market sector.
"We are really looking forward to the 2021 Warrants" commented Chris Geer, Chair of the Warrants Committee. "During these incredibly challenging times, we are seeing many companies adapting and providing products and services beyond their usual remit. At the Stationers’ Company we believe this year, more than ever before, that businesses should be recognised for the quality products and services they offer. Warrants are important, in highly competitive markets 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."
Companies holding Warrants in 2020 include Collins Debden for their leather and wool bound diaries, Manuscript Pen Company for their ML 1856 fountain pen and Victor Stationery for their Rhino notebooks.
Applications will be invited from 1 October. If you would like to find out more contact Chris Geer at email@example.com.