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Award win for Gloucestershire company - who make awards, including the one they won

A Gloucestershire company that is renowned for making awards and trophies has claimed one to call its own at the Investors in People Awards.

And what's more the firm in question had manufactured the award in question.

Tewkesbury-based Gaudio have been manufacturing bespoke awards for 12 years - they make the famous MasterChef trophy as well as produce awards for Coca Cola.

Each award is expertly created by skilled manufacturers at their base on the Tewkesbury Business Park.

However, for one night the tables were turned as the firm scooped the Small Business Award at the Investors in People Awards.

The Investors in People Awards recognise companies across the globe that support people to do their best work and go home felling happier, healthier and stronger.

The award recognised Gaudio's evolving efforts to support individuals in the workplace.

New team members create their own bespoke awards, from design to manufacture, guiding them organically through each department.

With dedicated designers, project managers and craftsmen all under one roof, Gaudio's distinctive methods caught the eye of the judges.

Managing Director, Adam Hutchinson said: "Our unique setup allows us to be versatile, but none of it would run smoothly without the dedication and creativity of our people.

"We're so proud to have won this award, and I'm more than excited to take it back to the team."

Mr Hutchinson recently launched a new e-commerce business, House Sign UK, offering customisable house signs with over 200,000 combinations.

"Winning the Small Business award has been a fantastic way to end an already brilliant year, and I'm so excited to see what we can achieve with Gaudio and House Sign UK in the future."

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