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ISA-UK celebrates industry with new awards scheme

The International Sign Association-UK (ISA-UK), formerly known as the British Sign & Graphics Association, has announced details of a new award scheme that will begin later this year.

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The inaugural ISA-UK Sign & Print Awards will take place at a central location later this year

The first-ever ISA-UK Sign & Print Awards will take place in the autumn of 2020 and welcome entries from across the sign and print industries.

The new award scheme will include a range of categories to allow businesses of all sizes and specialisms – from across the print and sign markets – to take part.

David Catanach, director of the ISA-UK, says: “Over the past 18 months the Association has gone through a period of significant change and growth, including establishing an exciting partnership with the International Sign Association based in the US.

Throughout our industry we have some phenomenally talented and creative sign-makers and printers who are utilising the latest technology and materials to devise outstanding schemes

“As we continue to evolve and maintain our commitment to serving the needs of our members and the wider sign and print industry, the time is right to make some major changes to our flagship event, the sign awards. And we’re looking forward to revealing more details about this bigger, bolder event very soon.”

Rob Lambie, president of ISA-UK, adds: “Any companies or individuals shortlisted in the new ISA-UK Sign & Print Awards will be at the very top of their game; delivering exceptional work.”

“Throughout our industry we have some phenomenally talented and creative sign-makers and printers who are utilising the latest technology and materials to devise outstanding schemes.”

If you’d like to find out more about the new awards, including how to enter and sponsorship opportunities, you can email the ISA-UK via ask@uksigns.org

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