Entries must have had commercial production runs and been printed or produced since 1 April 2016. Private and limited editions are eligible.
Quality and Performance Awards entrants must complete Part 1 of the entry form. For the Quality Awards please also complete Part 2 of the entry form for each different sample.
Quality Awards entrants must complete the production details section of the entry form and, importantly, supply four different examples of work. This is most important. Also a short summary for each of the four print samples can be helpful to the jury members. For example, if you enter the label category, we need four different label jobs, with the production details outlined for each of the four jobs. Photocopies are acceptable.
Note : In previous editions, we have found entries without a company summary scored less.
Enclose supporting material. Please supply images on CD or a pen drive, clearly labeled.
In the case of the Performance Awards, you need to fill in Part 1 of the entry form but please supply three copies of the completed entry form.
Any entry that does not comply with category criteria may be disqualified. Please supply only the number of samples requested.
You may enter in as many different categories as you wish. Also, you may enter the same category as many times as you wish. The cost per entry is Rs 3000 + 18% GST per entry until 5th September 2017
All material should be clearly labeled. If you enter the same jobs in more than one category, we will need a full set of examples and supporting material for each category entered.
The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Confidentiality: All material will remain confidential to the judges, but Award winning case-studies may be written up and published in PrintWeek India magazine and on the website http://www.printweek.in/
In the case of the Performance Awards, the jury will consist of the editor and the PrintWeek India official auditor, all of whom will, should you require, sign an agreement in order to guarantee the confidentiality of financially sensitive information. Entrants may mark sensitive parts of their entry, such as information contained in their balance sheet and profit and loss account as 'Not for Publication'.
All company entrants must be registered companies in India and the work entered must have been produced in India.