Why we decided to apply for a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Since it was founded in Harrogate, UK in 2005, Techbuyer has rapidly grown to become an international specialist operation with 170 employees across three sites in Europe, two in …
Our judges offer advice on what they're looking for from entries.
During these challenging times, it is important that we still take the time to reflect and celebrate the success of outstanding British businesses. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses and is a globally recognised royal seal of approval for …
The winners of the 2020 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise have been announced today. A huge congratulations to all of our 220 Queen's Awards winners. The Awards are announced on 21st April, the Queen’s Birthday, with Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenants presenting …
Hello there, I am Will Tyler, Chief Executive at Octink. I have been a judge on the Sustainable Development panel for the last 4 years and look forward to the process.
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are an impressive recognition for the organisations which achieve them.
Today we have Bonnie Dean contributing a guest blog about our Innovation category.
Today's blog comes from one of our judges, Will Tyler who is Chief Executive of Octink.
We invited Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export and one of our judges to share what she looks for in a winning entry.
Today’s guest blog comes from David Irwin, a previous Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion (QAEP) winner and now a member of the assessment committee for this Award.
Our guest blog today is from Dr Neil Bentley, CBI Deputy Director-General and a Prime Minister's Committee representative.