Gaining recognition for our service from clients and our industry is important to us. Here are some of the awards we have won.
The International Trade Awards, sponsored by American Express Foreign Exchange Services, are the only UK wide business awards to exclusively recognise the excellence achieved by the UK’s leading exporters and importers. Click here for more information.
The Sunday Times International Track 200 ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over their latest two years of available accounts.
The coveted award recognises our 74% growth in mainland Europe over the last two years. For more details see our press release.
National Business Awards 2011 - Finalist in Customer Focus category
The National Business Awards acknowledges the UK’s most prolific businesses for their excellence, innovation and ethics. Charterhouse has been shortlisted for The Customer Focus Award, which is presented to ‘the organisation that can best demonstrate it truly has the customer at the heart of its business’.
Customer Experience Awards 2011 – shortlisted in B2B category
The UK Customer Experience Awards recognise those organisations that not only deliver great customer service, but have a genuine focus on the overall customer experience; striving to ensures customer satisfaction, loyalty, repeat business, and advocacy.
Best Companies 2010 – Star Status
Being a best company is about excelling in every area throughout the workplace and an organisation’s commitment to its most important assets – its workforce. Star status shows that Charterhouse focuses on employees to bring real benefits including improved workplace engagement, better staff retention, reduced recruitment costs and greater financial performance.
Excellence Awards 2007 – Export Company of the Year
The BPIF Excellence Awards have earned a reputation for rewarding business acumen in the print sector. The Awards showcase the most innovative and creative companies in print media, where optimal service and added value are the keys to success.
Recognition from our clients is just as important to us as industry awards. Over the last few years we have been awarded a number of prizes for the service we deliver:
E.ON – Supplier Award winners 3 year in a row
For the last 3 years Charterhouse has been a winner at E.ON UK’s “Changing Energy Supplier Awards”, first claiming the “Planet & Society” award in 2010, “Sustainable Business” prize in 2011, before taking the “Collaboration” award in 2012.
The awards are testament to our long-standing partnership with E.ON and the introduction of new process and efficiency innovations that have saved money and reduced the environmental impact of their marketing production. The awards are open to all E.ON UK suppliers (over 300) and recognise those organisations that show real commitment in support of E.ON’s Changing Energy strategy.
Renault – Purchasing Recognition Award (2010)
Charterhouse won this prestigious supplier award (open to all Renault suppliers) after being nominated by our key client contacts in recognition of our performance throughout the year. Following excellent quarterly reviews and the successful implementation of our on-site studio, we scored highest on the Renault Purchasing department’s internal questionnaire and proudly collected the award from Renault’s UK Managing Director.
Shell – Product Launch (2010)
Charterhouse worked alongside Shell to promote the high-profile launch of its ultra-efficient “FuelSave” products in August 2010. Our dedicated account team worked closely with the energy giant and their agencies to manage all event production for the launch event; which included over 60 different printed projects ranging from flags, t-shirts and caps, to leaflets and forecourt POS.
As well as sending launch packs to all 918 UK Shell service stations, the Charterhouse team was tasked with dressing the flagship Shell Centre in London. According to Nicki Franklin (Shell Brand & Communications, UK Retail) the award recognised our “dedication, expertise and support” for the launch, without which “it would have been impossible to deliver such an impact to Shell’s UK Customers.”