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RapidStudio recognises its outstanding staff

Just a few days ago, RapidStudio held its staff awards ceremony. Perhaps we’re a bit partial, but it seems that the awards ceremony is the icing on the cake. As team members here at RapidStudio, we get to experience a dynamic, fun work environment. We enjoy our work so much, and RapidStudio’s management takes the time to show that they appreciate all of our hard work. Plus, we get to show appreciation for each other. 
Waiting in the lounge for everyone to arrive
Ahead of the awards, all of the staff rated each other. Team leaders and management also rate everyone on the team. Then, based on the “scores” from the votes, the cream of the crop is recognized with a special award

Mike manning the certificate table while Shaun addresses the staff


The team that placed ahead was “RapidStudio Professional”. This elite team is in charge of hand making all of the Ultimate albums, as well as our other products that are specially designed for professional photographers. 

Award recipients were given certificates. These weren't just your run-of-the-mill certificates, either. They were ornate and personalized with hand written notes from our team leaders, and they were placed in elegant wax sealed envelopes. 

My note, and the wax sealed envelope it was in.
All the notes and envelopes were personalised.


Coming to work each and every day is a treat when you love what you do. We have a unique environment here at RapidStudio, where we have fun and connect with each other every day. Thank you, RapidStudio, and thank you to each person who makes it a pleasure to work here! 

All the certificates and envelopes ready to get handed out.

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