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Large display boxes for The United Nations Global Compact

We are very proud taking part in an interesting printing project for The United Nations Global Compact. UN Global Compact has approached Carrick Signs Ltd with request to produce large correx boxes displaying icons representing Sustainable Development Goals. There are 3 different size boxes with each side of each box presenting different value. One of the requirements for the boxes was to make them as foldable as possible in order to be able to transport a set of boxes on a...

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step and repeat media press board

Media Backdrop for Mental Health Campaign

We were recently contacted by Marcus Tisson, founder of the campaign ‘Don’t Suffer in Silence’, ahead of their upcoming Black Tie Gala. Marcus and his team are working tirelessly to raise awareness for those suffering from and affected by mental health. It was an absolute pleasure to offer our support for the event, and the pics featuring our step and repeat board look fantastic. There are a lot of great organisations out there doing an amazing job, helping people on...

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cut to shape advertising rigid correx signs

Grinagog Festival cut to shape advertising signs

Just finishing a very nice job for Torbay Council who ordered correx boards cut to custom shape to advertise the upcoming Grinagog Festival. The event features over 200 acts across Torquay from the people behind the music at Glastonbury’s Shangri-La. As per organisers website for the first time, a world-class music festival will descend on the beautiful seaside town of Torquay for a weekend of escapism and adventure to transform even the most jaded festival goer into a tropical, grinning...

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March4Women Demo in London

Care International March 4 Women

We are proud to have printed and produced 200 placards for the #MARCH4WOMEN event at London's Southbank held on Saturday. Hundreds of people gathered in central London for a march ahead of International Women's Day on Wednesday. The #march4women event, organised by the charity Care International, aims to highlight the plight of female refugees. Famous faces at the march included Bianca Jagger, Annie Lennox and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

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