Hull vehicle branding company to represent Yorkshire in national awards

Pictured left is Alex Dearing, business development manager, collecting the award from Glyn Selway of RTC North

Hull-based vehicle branding company Brandfixx has scooped a top prize at the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Celebrating Small Business Awards.

It came top in the Business and Product Innovation category for the Yorkshire and Humber region after developing a revolutionary way to brand vehicles. Its approach applies modular panels of branding to vehicles using adhesive, rather than the traditional method of wrapping a vehicle in a single sheet of vinyl using heat guns. It is the biggest innovation in the vehicle branding industry in decades.

Greg Saunderson, managing director of Brandfixx, said: “We are thrilled to have won this award as it reinforces our expertise in the sector and our core purpose: to be at the forefront of vehicle branding innovation.”

The FSB awards celebrate the achievements and contributions of small businesses and the self-employed across the UK. As a category winner, Brandfixx has secured a place at the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards UK final and a chance to be crowned the UK Small Business of the Year.

Greg added: “That our innovation being recognised is really important to us. We set up in 2021 after facing countless problems with traditional vinyl wraps in the decades we’ve worked in the industry. We knew there must be a simpler, faster and more affordable way for businesses to get their message across on fleet vehicles. We are now in the running for the UK Small Business of the Year which would be huge for us. Our team of experts would get the national recognition they deserve.”

In 2021 Brandfixx was also shortlisted in the national What Van? Awards (Aftermarket Accessories category) and were crowned winners of the Hull and East Yorkshire People in Business Awards (HEYPIBA) (Innovator category).

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