the recycler live awards 2022

The Recycler Live Awards, 2022 edition

After two years without a single face to face event in our industry, The Recycler Live conference is finally back and will take place on the 19 of May at the Holiday Inn Convention Centre in Prague presenting the prestigious The Recycler Live Awards 2022

Organised by “The Recycler” magazine

The Recycler Live Awards 2022 are presented by The Recycler magazine, which specialises in the toner and inkjet remanufacturing industry.

The long-established award had a major change in format in 2015, with nominees now being nominated and voted by the magazine’s audience. The awards are open to the entire office printing industry.

An important recognition of excellence and innovation in the print industry

The Recycler Live Awards is an important recognition of excellence and innovation by leading companies and professionals in the office printing industry and reflect the efforts and achievements of the winners, especially at these challenging times affected by COVID and several supply-chain issues.

Nominees compete for 6 different award categories: “Re-manufacturer of the Year”, “Supplier of the Year”, “Reseller of the Year”, “Collector of the Year”, “Customer Service of the Year” and “Marketing Campaign of the Year”.

The latest edition of The Recycler Live Awards was held in 2020 at Paperworld, the popular international trade show for stationery, office, and office supplies.

GM Technology, recognised as 2020 Reseller of the Year

Among the 2020 winners, we at GM Technology were honoured with the “Reseller of the Year” award, while the “Remanufacturer and Collector of the Year” went to Effective Consumable Solutions, “Supplier of the Year” to Static Control, “Customer Service of the Year” to Biuromax and “Marketing Campaign of the Year” to GPI.

Another relevant fact that in 2020 there were an individual award category called “The Rising Star Of The Year” which have been awarded to Mr. Zoltan Matyas, who is now our Director of International Business Development.

After 2020 the awards have been on hold for more than two years due to COVID. Now it’s back again and we at GM Technology are very excited to have been nominated in 5 of the 6 categories.

Stefanie Unland, editor of The Recycler magazine, recently commented that “The new awards seek to recognise the growth in recent years of the reseller and collector channels and the increasing contribution that effective marketing brings to the office imaging sector”.

More than just a recognition

Winning one of the prestigious The Recycler Live Awards 2022 is undoubtedly about being among the most respected and recognised names in the industry.

We at GM Technology are very proud to be among the nominees and to have the opportunity to win again. This nomination is the result of our hard work, but also of the trust received from all our customers.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to vote and help us win The Recycler Live Awards 2022.

To participate and cast your vote, just click here.

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