A second award for Contra Vision
Today, on World Intellectual Property Day Contra Vision can justly claim to lead the print and graphics sector in innovation.
It is one of only 24 companies in the UK to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation from the architectural, advertising, graphics, sign or printing industries.
This award recognises the remarkable contribution that Contra Vision’s focus on continuing innovation and intellectual property has made to the print and graphics industry. By constantly inventing and patenting new technology in the see-through graphics market, the company has effectively helped to pioneer exciting new applications and to open up new revenue streams in the process.
In addition Contra Vision’s Chairman, Roland Hillexcercises his ongoing commitment to intellectual property and innovation through his membership of the UK Government’s ‘Intellectual Property Advisory Committee’and is now also a director of IPAN, the ‘Intellectual Property Advisory Network’.
Commenting on this latest award, Contra Vision Managing Director, Roger Hill, said: “As a small company, we are delighted to receive this recognition of our on-going aim to invent and develop new products, a focus that has helped us to drive the company forward and to continue to innovate and further expand the market for see-through graphics.”
For further information visit: www.contravision.com