WHO Printing has been awarded a gold and bronze medal at the 2017 Media Super National Print Awards in the ‘Presentation Folder’ and ‘Annual Report’ categories respectively. The medals were awarded to WHO’s General Manager, Daniel Ogle, at the 34th National Print Awards Presentation Dinner held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The National Print Awards recognise the best in print talent, with entries judged by a panel of renowned experts in the printing and design fields.
Daniel said the achievement of a gold medal is confirmation of the business’ highest national and international standards, and is the ultimate accolade the industry can bestow.
“We are thrilled to once again have been awarded a gold medal in the National Print Awards and even more excited to have also been awarded a bronze,” Daniel said.
“We are always striving to produce high quality work for each and every client and customer satisfaction is always our primary goal. The two jobs that won us the awards were no different, so to receive recognition on a national level for them is a great bonus and a real credit to our staff.”
The gold medal was awarded for the production of the Hayman Homes Presentation Folder and the bronze for the Anglican Care Annual Report. The medals follow on from WHO Printing’s gold medal in the Annual Reports Category at the 2016 National Print Awards.
The National Print Awards are open to open to all Australian based companies, individuals or associations involved in any area of print production. Operating for the past 30 years, the awards are designed to help set the benchmark for print excellence nationally.
IMAGE | Daniel Ogle accepts WHO Printing’s awards at the 34th National Print Awards.