Palace date for Contra Vision


Contra Vision Ltd can claim to lead the print and graphics industry in innovation.

The UK Association Member, is one of only 24 companies in the UK to receive the Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation, the only one from the advertising, graphics, architectural, 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, continually moving the see-through graphics market forward by inventing and patenting new technology. There are currently 30 inventions patented or patent pending. This prestigious award follows on from the company winning the Queens's Award for Enterprise for International Trade in 2014.

Chairman, Roland Hill's ongoing commitment to intellectual property and innovation included his membership of the UK Government's "Intellectual Property Advisory Committee" and he is now a director of IPAN, the "Intellectual Property Advisory Network".

Contra Vision Ltd Managing Director, Roger Hill, commented:
"As a small company, we are delighted to receive this recognition of our continued efforts to invent and develop new products, this has driven the company forward and we continue to innovate and expand the market for see-through graphics."
Pictured, Roland Hill and Dee Barrington-Ford of Contra Vision at Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Award presentation.

Other latest news