Partnerships and Co-operations

Our partners are as diverse as our customers!

Whether you are on the racing track or in a museum, SAXOPRINT is there for support. We would like to take the opportunity to introduce you to our partners.

The Great British Postcard Competition

Logo TGBPC The Great British Postcard Competition launched in April and challenged the UK’s creative community to design their interpretation of Great Britain in 2017 on a postcard. The competition was run through SAXOPRINT’s design platform SAXOPRINT ProStudio. The almost 300 entries displayed a wide range of topics from food and drink, to landscapes and leisure, to social and political topics like the Brexit, NHS and homelessness.

The competition came to an exciting close on September 25th, 2017 with an exclusive VIP awards evening and art auction at the Proud Gallery Camden. Head judge John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols) announced his top five postcards and eventual winner. “I was overwhelmed by some of it. It made my decision making process difficult, because I became so involved with each little postcard achievement. I just let them hit me emotionally”, said Lydon. The Grand Prize winner took home £5,000. The Peer Vote winner and Young Talent winners recieved a Wicom Cintiq 13 HD and £1,000 respectively.

The awards evening ended with an art auction benefiting The Big Issue Foundation. The shortlisted designs were also available for sale as well as all of the designs in postcard form. Almost £1,800 were raised all together. All proceeds went to support The Big Issue. SAXOPRINT will also be donating 1,000 boxes of 10 specially selected postcards to The Big Issue Foundation. These will be sold on The Big Issue Shop shortly.

BAPC Business of the Year 2016

Logo BAPCThe BAPC (British Association for Print and Communication) is a trade association dedicated to assisting the print and communication industry. They celebrate new ways of working, promote the latest print technology and represent their members on the national level. They also help members to navigate the challenges of the industry. With their connections to national associations around the world, BAPC also offers its members a global perspective on issues relating to print and communication. It is the aim of this National Council to continue to expand its services and facilities for members.

SAXOPRINT is an accredited member of the BAPC and is proud to receive from the association the 'Business of the Year' award. An independent panel of judges recognised SAXOPRINT to exhibit outstanding achievement within the print industry. Through secret shopping, the panel was able to test our quality and customer service. We are honoured to represent the BAPC as ‘Business of the Year’ and look forward to future co-operations.

London Design Museum

Logo Creative AwardsSince 2015, SAXOPRINT has been a proud supporter of the Design Museum and became the official print partner for the museum in 2016. The world-renowned museum reopened in a new location in South Kensington in November 2016. This location offers the museum more space to showcase both its permanent exhibition and two temporary exhibitions. The permanent exhibition features prominent designers from all areas of design – from graphic and product design to architecture and fashion. As print partner, SAXOPRINT provides the museum with their printed materials like flyers, leaflets and posters.

The museum is known for being forward-thinking and celebrates the innovative designers of tomorrow. Their highly anticipated annual exhibition, Beazley Designs of the Year, rewards the most ground-breaking and influential designs of the year in each of the following categories: architecture, digital, fashion, graphics, product and transportation. As an innovative company, SAXOPRINT values this focus on the future, making the Design Museum a perfect partner.

The Creative Awards by SAXOPRINT in support of Les Restos du Coeur

Creative Awards by SAXOPRINTIn September 2017, we engaged with the creative community in France. One of the most popular social organisations, 'Les Restaurants du Cœur' (Restaurant of the Hearts), and their wide range of services served as the inspiration. 'Les Restaurants du Cœur' is most known for dispensing clothing and food in winter to the needy, but they also provide a variety of services. This new campaign consists of a poster and an animated short film and should portray these other services like housing, legal aid, language training and cultural opportunities.

Participants can submit an entry until January 2018. Then, a jury chaired by Pascal Grégoire, president and founder of the agency 'la chose', will select and evaluate the best designs. The French public then has the chance to vote for their personal favourites.

The winners receive an attractive cash prize as well as national recognition for their artwork through 'Les Restos du Coeur', advertisements in the Paris, Rennes, Toulouse and Marseille metro system, all of our media partners and national exhibitions.
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