Charterhouse is delighted to announce we are proud winners of the 2013 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. Developing on our international growth over recent years we are honoured to receive this prestigious award. The award recognised outstanding achievement in business and it is one of the most prestigious business accolades. The awards were announced on 21 April which is Her Majesty The Queen’s birthday.
Gary Mahoney, Chief Executive of Charterhouse, commented “this is fantastic news and one that the whole company is really proud of. Charterhouse has continued to focus on international growth and this award recognises the success we have had”.
The award follows quickly on the heels of winning the International Trade Award 2012 in December and Charterhouse’s inclusion in the Sunday Times International Track 200 companies.
A recent article about print by Charterhouse Director Anthony Hawkins has been published on B2B Marketing.
In the article Anthony discusses the evolution of print and its enduring value as an important part of the marketing mix. He argues that a more targeted, data driven approach to marketing print means the medium still maintains its strategic value, especially when integrated alongside digital channels.
The results of our latest Customer Panel research survey have recently been published by The Drum.
This time we have focused on marketing data: who’s managing it, how are they measuring it, and where is it being stored? In the article Charterhouse Board Director Anthony Hawkins gives an overview of the survey trends, and what it means for marketers in the year ahead. read more
Charterhouse have been announced as the winners of the International Trade Company of the Year Award at the 2012 International Trade Awards, holding off stiff competition from several other outstanding companies.
From over 230 entrants our entry was shortlisted earlier in the year in recognition of our significant European growth during the last 2 years, with the awards final being held at The Brewery (London) on Monday. read more
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH has acquired Charterhouse PM Limited, a leading European marketing services production company.
Charterhouse is a UK based company providing outsourced marketing production and management services to global brands across 35 European markets from 21 locations including its European HQ in Paris and its London-based digital production unit. read more
Charterhouse has just been shortlisted for the International Trade Awards 2012, in the top category – International Trade Company of the Year!
From 230 entrants we are down to the last 5 in our category, in recognition of our impressive European growth over the last 2 years.
The overall winners will be announced at the Grand Final on 10th December.
A recent article by Charterhouse Director David Fincham has been published on The Marketer blog.
In the article, David explains that in the current economic climate a closer alignment between marketing and procurement is desperately needed to ensure maximum return on investment.
Charterhouse has been short-listed for The COGs Awards 2012, in the Print Management category.
More than 1,500 marketers voted in the first round of The COGS Awards (otherwise known as the Marketing Services Awards), which were set up two years ago to give recognition for suppliers of marketing services. The awards cover 17 sectors – including Digital/Social, Print and Handling & Fulfilment – as well as two special awards, for the Company of the Year and the Individual of the Year. read more
Press release: Charterhouse, the marketing services production specialist, has entered the inaugural Sunday Times Top 200 league table of Britain’s fastest growing companies by international sales, in 38th place.
The coveted award recognises Charterhouse’s 74% growth in mainland Europe over the last two years, driven by exponential growth in demand for efficient pan-European marketing production from corporations including Coca Cola Enterprises, Stanley Black & Decker and Electrolux. read more
Supply Management has published an in-depth article on Marketing Procurement Best Practice, which includes references to Charterhouse’s recent research project on “Marketing Maturity” in its discussion.
The article considers experiences and opinions from across the industry (with comment from Charterhouse Business Development Director David Fincham), before offering some “top tips” on how to tackle the challenges of buying marketing services.
Click here to read the full article.