Burnaby Board of Trade Business of the Year (up to 50 employees) Recipient!

November 27, 2014

BBOT Acceptance

2014 has been a banner year for Still Creek Press, capped off by an amazing win at this Year’s Burnaby Board of Trade Business Excellence Awards. Very humbled in its acceptance, Still Creek Press won Business of the Year (up to 50 employees) and was a finalist for the Community Spirit Award.

At the beginning of the year, staff sat down in their boardroom and were presented with a roadmap for the year by Business Development Manager, Steve Bell-Irving. This roadmap outlined areas the company would focus their business, community, sponsorship and referral efforts so that managing requests, identifying prospects and going after new business fell within the confines of how the company was going to accelerate their business in 2014. Before the meeting adjourned, one final thought was announced to the team…”Wouldn’t it be great if all of this got us recognized as Business of the Year?” The stage was set…


Eric Benes (left) and Steve Bell-Irving (right) toast to Still Creek Press receiving this year’s Burnaby Business of the Year (under 50 employees) Award.

Over the course of the last eleven months, Still Creek Press has partnered with vendors, clients and community to enhance the value of doing business with a trusted business partner. Printing a client’s materials is transactional, but when you ask to work with them to achieve a greater objective in an area that is meaningful, the power of every conversation going forward is amazing! From sending daffodils to clients with personalized cards during Daffodil Month asking recipients to take a minute to reflect on those affected by cancer showed compassion and empathy from our staff to theirs; to joining the network of our entire staff to source sports equipment and uniforms for 25 youth in a rural village in Africa, delivered in person by a staff member at Still Creek Press; all the way up to sponsoring and participating in an adventure challenge where proceeds raised from the event supported families and youth with disabilities having access to outdoor recreational opportunities that they wouldn’t otherwise have ever gotten due to their financial limitations. There are many more to name and we’re proud of every single one of them!

We hope that 2015 continues to drive results for both Still Creek Press and their customers. The goal remains the same – develop and strengthen partnerships with our customers to enhance the experience of doing business with Still Creek Press – and good things will happen.

Should your business want to have a conversation with Business Development Manager, Steve Bell-Irving to discuss an opportunity to be supported in 2015, please reach out to him via email at SteveBI@stillcreekpress.com. Considerations will be granted to those projects that fit within the objectives for Still Creek Press in 2015.

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