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Impressive Book Showcases Business Advisors

Impressive Book Showcases Business Advisors

A stunning book which presented the business credentials of consultants KPMG to potential customers has won the Business Print Category Award for Sentra Printing of Auckland who produced the publication together with Nicholson Print Solutions of Henderson.

The two companies combined to print the KPMG Fuelling Prosperity Book, which showcases KPMG’s expertise and advisory role in a range of business sectors.

The print run of 1000 copies helped position KPMG as a leader in its field.

Judges loved both the look and quality the book portrayed to the print buyer and commended the job for its “brilliant design” and “superb image quality”.

“The images are bright and vibrant, there’s a high degree of difficulty in achieving this standard of work. Every detail has been accomplished extremely well allowing it to reach out to the customer,” they said.

Sentra Printing managing director Chris Smith said the achievement was a pleasant and exciting surprise.

“I think the stock that we printed it on and the binding were both a challenge,” he said.

“The result we got on the offset stock was brilliant as was the binding and Nicholson printing the cover just topped the job off. We also had to produce it in a very quick turnaround as it was an accounting document.

“Our customer loved it and the end client loved it.

“That was our first time as a Supreme Award Finalist -- we have been a Process Finalist -- but that is our first and I’m pretty excited.”

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