Entries open for Label Industry Global Awards 2019

Labelexpo 2019 to highlight two new awards

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The Label Industry Global Awards 2019, celebrating the global label and package printing industry’s greatest achievements over the last one year, are now open for entries. The event is particularly special this year as it celebrates 40 years of Labelexpo!

The awards will be conferred to nominees who have been either inspiring individuals/teams or a game-changing company. The individual/team awards will include R. Stanton Avery Global Achievement Awardssponsored by Avery Dennison. Another addition to this edition of the awards ceremony include the Rising Star Award, which will be sponsored by the Label Academy and Avery Dennison.

Company awards include Award for Innovation – companies with up to 300 employees, Award for Innovation – companies with more than 300 employees, and Environmental & Sustainability Award.

This year the Labelexpo will also feature a new European Converter of the Year Award for the eligible company.

Entry for participation is absolutely free. One can simply download and complete the relevant entry form(s), and submit the nomination(s), along with any supporting material, by 17 May 2019.

Judging will take place in June, during the 2019 FINAT European Label Forum in Copenhagen. The shortlist (plus the winner of the R. Stanton Avery Global Achievement Award) will be announced soon afterwards.

The organizers have made special arrangements to celebrate 40 years of Labelexpo. For this, an exciting line-up of entertainment has been planned to make it an incredible event.

For more information, visit www.labelawards.com.

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