Award Winners Celebrate Success

There have been celebrations galore, as the winners of the Stationery Awards share the great news.

Following last week’s event at London Stationery Show, the winners have been buzzing on the back of their success. Here’s what some of them had to say. Look out for further reactions from more winners on Thursday.

Above: Clare Turner gives a thumbs up for Huunuu’s award.
Above: Clare Turner gives a thumbs up for Huunuu’s award.

Winning the award for Social Stationery Product of the Year was Huunuu, with Cherry Williams, content chief saying: “The award is such a fantastic boost for our small team of three, Clare Turner, Trevyn Tinson and myself. We create products with passion and purpose that support others to create their legacy in the life they want to lead. To win against such esteemed finalists is also a fantastic validation. Founder of huunuu, Clare dedicates the win to her late sister-in-law, Claire Turner. She’d hate to be in the limelight but would be excited that more people will have the chance to share their life, stories and create a legacy.”

Coffeenotes shared news of its win for the Working From Home Product of the Year on its socials, with co-founder Sarah Downey saying: “As a small family run business from Dorset we couldn’t be happier to be recognised for creating stationery made from recycled coffee cups and repurposed waste from Food, drink and textile manufacturing.  Thank you so much to the judges for highlighting sustainable stationery.” Stone Coming away with two awards for two of its brands, was Stone Marketing, with the Children’s Stationery Product of the Year for the Faber-Castell connector pens in dinosaur tin and Novelty Stationery Product of the Year for the Legami erasable pens. “We are thrilled as UK distributor to celebrate our brand’s recent stationery awards. Faber-Castell’s new dinosaur-themed colouring products are perfect for kids, and the connector pen dino gift set, with its rotating tin, offers endless fun. We are ecstatic that it received the recognition it deserves. Additionally, the global demand for Legami erasable pens has been unprecedented, and we are delighted that the newest designs—panda, bee, and hippo—were recognised as the Novelty Stationery Product of the Year,” said Hayley White, marketing manager for Stone Marketing.  

Above: Kim Mann and Louise Slater of Mann Inc with the five pen companion from Endless Stationery.
Above: Kim Mann and Louise Slater of Mann Inc with the five pen companion from Endless Stationery.

The Filing or Storage Product of the Year went to the Endless Stationery five pen companion from Mann Inc, and director Kim Mann was delighted to accept the award on behalf Endless Stationery. “Endless have come along way over the last year and it is fantastic for them to receive recognition for all the hard work put into developing such great products. We can’t wait to see what Endless come up with over the next year, and we look forward to bring some exciting new products and designs next year to the London Stationery show.”




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Walking away with the Writing Instrument of the Year for the second year in a row was Andhand, who have proudly displayed the trophy in the office alongside last year’s trophy. “We are flattered to win for the second year in a row,” said co-founder Joe Wentworth. “It is a great honour to be nominated and sit among some iconic names, but then to win means so much to us.”

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