Your branded product specialist in South East Scotland
If you're a business or organisation looking for a promotional expert in and around the Falkirk area, Edinburgh and the Lothians, Fife, the Scottish Borders and Newcastle - we can help.
From name badges to promotional items, corporate clothing to signage; business gifts and staff awards to large full-colour banners and displays - we are uniquely positioned to meet the needs of our customers.
We also supply, Antibacterial Pens and Travel Mugs, with built in bacteria killing agents, along with various PPE.
Recognition Express South East Scotland is run and owned by Moira, Mark and David. We manufacture in Scotland and cover areas in the south and east of Scotland, including Falkirk, the Lothians, Fife, the Scottish Borders, and Newcastle though we have many national and multi-national customers
We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, quality products and a reputation for long-term customer satisfaction. Our professional team made up of industry experts will also provide you with a fast, local and personal service.
Take a look at our products and services pages for our full range of capabilities.
Recognition ExpressSouth East Scotland
Promotional items increase awareness, loyalty and preference towards companies that use them in their marketing activities.
Outfit your team with personalised clothing printed or embroidered with your company logo for excellent brand visibility.
For over 30 years we have shown the immense value of name badges in promoting staff pride and accountability.
Our collection of plaques and awards make exceptional ways to promote excellence and drive brand values.
Banners & Displays
Wherever you want to be seen - conference, exhibition or shop window, we'll help you create a big impression.
Often forgotten about but rarely missed. Good signage makes for a safer and more informative environment.
Latest news and articles
‘Lest We Forget’
On the 11th minute of the 11th hour of the 11th month we remember our heroes. Those men, women – and animals - who gave their lives in global conflicts to protect others.
The first world war officially ended on 11 November 1918. The following year, in 1919 on the same date , King George V held the first Remembrance Day to honour the 8.5 million people on both sides who lost their lives in WW1. Almost 500,000 British horses, mules, camels and bullocks too were killed in the conflict between 1914 and 1918.
Now more than ever it is important you keep your name in front of customers and show staff appreciation. What better way to brighten an October day than by sending some branded Halloween confectionery or a box of spooky cupcakes!
Run Run as Fast as You Can
The world’s biggest half marathon is taking place in Newcastle this month.
Over 60,000 runners have signed for this year’s Great North Run which takes place on 11 September.
Keep Cool and Stay Hydrated
It’s August -and boy are we feeling the heat – on all fronts.
Last month in the UK we had the hottest day on record, with temperatures reaching almost 40 degrees and there’s probably more to come. We’re in the middle of a parliamentary leadership election, facing soaring energy prices, rising inflation and a war in Ukraine.