Thursday, November 22, 2012
We are delighted to announce that Adam Hutchinson, founder of Gaudio has been shortlisted by Event Magazine as one of the most influential people in the events industry. Adam started the company 6 years ago selling corporate gifts and awards imported from Spain. He quickly recognised the opportunity to design and manufacture awards and gifts to clients specifications to create something unique.
The Guardian Newspaper's ninth annual Public Services Awards took place on Tuesday 20th November at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Whitehall, London. Not only did shortlisted applicants have the chance to take home a Gaudio designed award, they also became part of the Guardian's Public Leaders Network, encouraging an exchange of best practice ideas to promote innovation across Whitehall, local government and the NHS.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Theo Walcott has been selected by the fans as the EA Sports player of the month for October after picking up 31.4% of the vote. Although the England international only made one start last month, his hat-trick against Reading in the Capital One Cup made a lasting impression on the supporters. Theo sparked the famous comeback from 4-0 down and scored the winning goal in injury time to secure a 6-5 win.
Friday, November 2, 2012
This year saw 13th Pride of Britain award ceremony take place. Founded in 1999 truly remarkable people are recognised for bravely and going above and beyond. Every year 7 million viewers tune in to watch host Carol Vorderman tell the tales of these truly worthy award winners. Gaudio are extremely proud to have once again manufactured these magnificent and iconic awards. Below are stories of those who were recognised at the ceremony.
New Radio 1 breakfast show host Nick Grimshaw today announced the winners of the inaugural Grimmy Awards and Gaudio managed to deliver a custom designed award at record speed to ensure he had something to present to today's guest Annie Mac.