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Gaudio trophies win their own award

PUBLISHED: 16:11 05 July 2017 | UPDATED: 16:11 05 July 2017

2017 Masterchef winner Dr Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed with one of Gaudio's trophies

2017 Masterchef winner Dr Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed with one of Gaudio's trophies

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Bespoke awards created in Tewkesbury for Formula 1 and MasterChef have been given their own accolade at a new national awards ceremony

Gaudio received a bronze award for Best Awards Supplier at the inaugural Awards Awards, which took place at the Plaisterers Hall in London. The event is the first to recognise the best awards initiatives and ceremonies.

Gaudio was established in 2006 when managing director Adam Hutchinson recognised a gap in the market for unique awards which really capture the branding of the event they’re designed for. Gaudio has grown rapidly year-on-year to a team of over 20 people.

Adam said: “We have developed a business where individuals can come and be themselves, where everyone can flourish and grow, and as a result, everyone is becoming highly-skilled in what they do.

“We have a very open, informal office culture and we sit down every morning to discuss the new enquiries that have come in and how we can create them.

Making Gaudio's trophiesMaking Gaudio's trophies

“This makes sure everyone understands what is going on, so we can align customer requirements with the design and creation of their awards, ensuring we can provide the best customer service as well as awards that are on-brand, on-brief and on-budget.”

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