The Pride In Print Awards have been a pinnacle of recognition year after year for the best in visual print communication products produced in New Zealand.
Each sector of the industry is covered, with expert panels of judges analysing every entry. Judging is based on technical excellence in all facets of the production process, typography, and good design.
Among the awards are the Apprentice of the Year, Trainer of the Year, and Training Company of the Year. We are excited to announce the finalists in these categories:
Apprentice of the Year Finalists
Travis Jordan, Soar Print
Todd Nicholls, Webstar
Alexander Cameron-Brown, Peacock Brothers
Craig Murray, Global Culture
Karl Pearson, Printcraft 81
Trainer of the Year Finalists
Alex Huynh, Soar Print
Robin Hull, Global Culture
Training Company of the Year Finalists
Jenkins Freshpac Systems, Tauranga
Soar Print, Auckland
BB Signs, Blenheim
The gala dinner is taking place on Friday 25 June 2021 at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland. Tickets are available here.
For any enquiries contact Tania Mcdougall from PrintNZ, or call 0800 654 455.
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