Originally due to take place in April to coincide with cancelled London Stationery Show, the winners of the awards will be announced in September.

The Stationery Awards take place annually and benchmark good practice and innovation in the sector recognising manufacturers, retailers and rising talent. For 2020 the Product Awards returned alongside regional Retailer Awards and a brand new Rising Star Award, with over 350 entries received.

‘It’s more important than ever to recognise the wealth of talent across the stationery sector and champion the industry” said Event Director, Alex Butler. “We want to thank everyone who entered for their patience whilst waiting for the shortlist to be announced. We’re very excited to reveal the finalists!’

The awards are judged by a cross-section of stationery retailers and manufacturers. Luckily plans were already in place for the judging to be completed online, so everything was set up and ready to go.

“We would like to extend a huge thank you to our judges for their time and expertise – their insight is invaluable,” Alex added.
Finalists across the categories include Collins Dedben, VENT for Change, Danilo Promotions Ltd, The Great British Card Company, Paper Mirchi, Laura Stoddart, Royal Talens, Love Writing Co and many more.

The awards are judged by a cross-section of stationery retailers and manufacturers. Luckily plans were already in place for the judging to be completed online, so everything was set up and ready to go. ‘We would like to extend a huge thank you to our judges for their time and expertise – their insight is invaluable,” Alex added.


Finalists across the categories include ExaClair Ltd, Manuscript Pen, Vent for Change, and many more.

ExaClair Ltd were shortlistlisted in a number of categories, including the Good Design Award for their Jeans Stationery Collection.

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