Liverpool’s leading managed print specialist, Copyrite Systems is continuing to support the biggest celebration of education this year.
For the sixth year running, Copyrite Systems will be the joint title sponsor of the Educate Awards, along with its partner, Ricoh.
The company supplies managed print solutions to hundreds of schools and colleges across the North West. This unique sponsorship offers Copyrite Systems the perfect opportunity to build further brand awareness, increase its customer base and give back to the education sector.
Tom Doyle, managing director of Copyrite Systems, said: “We have worked with schools and colleges for over 25 years, ensuring they have the best print solutions for their fast-paced environment.
“We understand that schools have to manage and meet tight budgets and also think about the environment. That is why we’re proud to offer energy-efficient products that drive down costs through smart planning and design, as well as usage metrics management.”
The Educate Awards, which is now in its tenth year, will take place on Friday 19 November at Liverpool Cathedral.
The event is a glittering occasion with over 800 guests in attendance and is the one night of the year where the excellence of schools in Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester is celebrated and rewarded in a unique fashion.
The night includes a champagne reception, a sumptuous three course dinner, entertainment from talented students from schools across the North West. Before the awards ceremony itself, Tom Doyle, managing director of Copyrite Systems, also delivers an impassioned speech to guests.
There are 21 categories in total which recognise teachers, support staff, governors and leadership teams that go above and beyond for students, families and the local community. Schools and colleges are also applauded for their diverse curriculum and extra-curricular activities which give many pupils a once in a lifetime experience.
Thanks to Copyrite Systems’ support over the last six years, more than 500 schools, colleges, individuals and teams have been recognised through the Educate Awards.
Tom Doyle said: “We are delighted to be supporting the Educate Awards once again this year. This event is a key date in the calendar for the education sector and we love coming together and celebrating with the schools and colleges on the night.”
“As a long-term supporter of the Educate Awards, we must say thank you to the individuals and teams who work in schools and are giving children the best education and opportunities possible. The pandemic has really highlighted the lengths that they go to and we are more thankful than ever for their hard work and dedication.”
Kim O’Brien, founder of the Educate Awards, added: “We are forever grateful for Copyrite Systems’ ongoing support and without it, the event wouldn’t be what it is today.
“As the awards is all about saying thank you to the education sector, and with Copyrite Systems’ financial support, we are able to do this on a truly large scale. We are looking forward to another exciting event next month.”
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