The Stationers' Company
The City of London Livery Company for the Communications and Content Industries


24 JANUARY 2023

Nominations sought for  the 2023 Paper Gold Medal Award

Past Master Kevin Dewey and Liveryman Martyn Eustace (both past recipients) have been in touch to bring to our attention the fact that nominations are now being sought for the 2023 Paper Gold Medal Award.

This Award is open to all industries and you can Download the Nomination Form Here

Whilst the origins of the Paper Gold Medal were clearly focused on the paper manufacturing sector, the Award has now become more inclusive and today is open to nominations from the wide range of print, paper and allied industries which encompass an ever increasing number of sectors and specialisms which supply an amazing range of materials including newspapers and magazines, direct mail and catalogues, envelopes and stationery, retail and transport packaging, bags and tissues. In fact, products too numerous to mention!

With a UK turnover estimated at over £20billion and more than 150,000 employees in 9,500 companies, the paper and print sector is an important UK economic contributor and employer. Our industry makes a big difference to the country and, by means of the Gold Medal, we aim to further encourage and recognise those who, by their exceptional contribution, ensure that our industry is recognised for its achievements.

The Paper Gold Medal is now the ultimate Industry Award and is announced as the final Award at the Confederation of Paper Industries new annual ‘Paper Industry Gold Awards’.

Winning the Paper Gold Medal is a prestigious achievement and brings the recipient well-earned publicity and recognition. The winner automatically becomes a member of the Gold Medal Association and receives widespread publicity. They are also invited to write a paper on their topic of expertise which will be offered for publication in one of the UK’s leading Trade Journals; Paper Technology.

All members are encouraged to participate and full details can be found here.  Nominations close on 10 February 2023.