The Sign Awards finalists announced

Jake Adams of Trade Embroidery, Colin McDermott (the Online Print Coach and Lindsey and Matt Hanley of M-TWO, enjoying a pre-show drink last year.

Birmingham Town Hall is the iconic venue for The Sign Awards 2023

According to the organisers, entries for The Sign Awards have exceeded all expectations, with more than 100 projects, companies and people nominated. The judges have pored over the entries and after much debate and deliberation have come up with an exciting shortlist of finalists for each category.

Ira Kovtiuh is the marketing manager for The Sign Awards and she says, “We have been extremely heartened by not just the number, but the quality and diversity of the nominations we received. The judges have had an incredibly hard job paring this down to a shortlist, and I really don’t envy their task of choosing the winners. We are particularly delighted that the shortlist spans many different organisations with more than 40 names associated with the ten award categories.”

The full list of finalists can be found here https://www.thesignawards.com/finalists-2023.

Ira Kovtiuh concludes, “The really hard work of selecting the winners and runners-up begins now for the judges. The event itself is going to be a fantastic celebration of the sign industry and with tickets selling fast, we are looking forward to another noisy and jubilant evening.”

For tickets and more information, visit www.thesignawards.com

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