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Contra Vision Lands Queens Award


Big congratulations to our members - Contra Vision Ltd who have been awarded the prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise for International Trade.

The Stockport-based company whose Chairman, Roland Hill, developed see-through graphics in the UK and internationally, has been a long-time member of FESPA UK Association, and now joins a select group of businesses who can claim this accolade, the most highly-regarded business award in the UK.

It wins the Queen's Award for International Trade having grown overseas sales earnings 1084% over the last six years and increased exports as a percentage of total turnover from 35% to 80%, with a network of 18 distributors located across the world from Europe to Australia.

Contra Vision Ltd was formed in 1985 when Roland Hill, Chairman and Managing Director, began patenting and licensing the technology, now known worldwide as Contra Vision see-through graphics. Today, the company has 27 inventions patented or patent-pending and has brought products to market worldwide and undertakes significant market research to exploit new opportunities, developing new products to ensure that international sales continue to grow.

Contra Vision offers by far the widest choice of see-through graphics which provide advertising, branding, signs or decor that can be viewed from one side of a glazing panel, but seen through from the other side. Contra Vision is used worldwide for advertising, architectural privacy, decor and signs, security, energy efficiency, digital projection and much more. Products are selected by global companies, such as Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Apple, Nike and Emirates to promote their brands and has also been used to publicise major international events, for example The Rugby World Cup and the Olympics.