WHO Printing has been awarded a gold medal at the 2016 Media Super National Print Awards in the ‘Annual Report’ category, for their production of the Compass Housing Annual report.
The gold medal was presented to WHO’s director, Helen Ogle, at the 33rd National Print Awards Presentation Dinner held at the Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne.
This is the first time that WHO Printing have entered the awards which honour excellence in print in Australia. The awards recognise the best in print talent with entries judged by a panel of renowned experts in the printing and design fields.
WHO was awarded the gold medal due to the high quality of their print production and superior in-house finishing. The Compass Housing Annual Report featured a die-cut cover and gold foil embellishment and the WHO team ensured that these details were to the absolute highest standard.
WHO’s General Manager, Daniel Ogle, said that the hardworking team at WHO are passionate about what they do and work tirelessly to produce high quality work and provide exceptional products for all of our clients.
“As always, quality printing was our primary focus and we worked in close partnership with Compass Housing to ensure their vision came to life,” Daniel said. “We are absolutely thrilled to have been awarded the gold medal for this prestigious award.”
“The achievement of a Gold Medal is confirmation of achievement to the highest national – and, indeed, international – standards, and the ultimate accolade the industry can bestow.”
WHO Printing is a Newcastle-based print group who say they are proud to be 100 per cent Australian family owned and operated. The company was established in 1985 and from humble beginnings grew to become leaders in the industry.
Last year Helen and son Daniel Ogle, General Manager, celebrated 30 years of providing exceptional service in print to the Hunter and beyond. Today, from their purpose designed print facility in Mayfield West, they provide businesses and professionals with a comprehensive range of print and finishing services that extend beyond the core competencies of traditional printers.
Image | WHO Printing Director, Helen Ogle, at the award ceremony