Paprican annual report scoops up awards
September 20, 2005 By Pulp & Paper Canada
It’s likely that a lot of congratulatory pats on the back are happening at Paprican, and if the awards the research…
It’s likely that a lot of congratulatory pats on the back are happening at Paprican, and if the awards the research institute just won is anything to go by, they’re certainly well deserved.
Paprican’s annual report recently received a Silver Award at the 19th annual International ARC Awards Competition gala in New York City. The ARC Awards are the largest international competition designed to honour annual reports.
Nearly 1,900 entries were received from 25 countries this year.
Paprican’s annual report was designated one of the Top 100 Best Annual Reports of 2004 by the League of American Communications Professionals (LACP). The institute also received a Gold Award in its category at the Vision Awards Annual Report Competition. Of the 1,435 reports submitted in this competition, from 17 countries, LACP classified the Paprican document in the top-level category: "Superb. Among the very best judged."
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