Office Power has been presented with a Stationers' Company Warrant for its dealer support programme for the second consecutive year. The company was initially awarded the prestigious warrant in 2016 after the judges were impressed with the way they supported the dealer 'to concentrate on growing both their brand and more importantly profitable sales'.
At the association’s annual awards this month, the judges voted to extend the warrant in recognition of the innovation and development of the Office Power service over the last 12 months. The Stationers’ Company Warrant was introduced by Past Master Helen Esmonde in 2014 and recognises and promotes excellent products and services.
A spokesperson for the association said of this year’s warrants: “The range of products and services that have received the warrant over the past four years shows how both we and our trades have changed in recent times. The Stationers’ Warrants have been awarded not only to traditional products such as pens, notebooks and unique publications but also products that you cannot feel or touch and are on ‘the Cloud’; truly a diverse list, and this year is no exception.”
Mike James, the Chairman of the Warrants Committee, states that this year, “the Stationers’ Company had a record number of applicants for the warrant and the judging was interesting. At times the discussions were quite heated, and it was great to see the passion of the judging committee.”
Collecting the award, Simon Drakeford, CEO, Office Power said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have been given this honour. At Office Power, we believe that listening, adapting and getting continuously better is really important. The team focuses on learning from our partners and improving our product offering on a daily basis. This stamp of approval recognises all the hard work of the Office Power team and the quality of our product.”