Is your business doing really well in terms of exports? Do you employ a minimum of 2 UK staff? Then why not throw your hat in the ring and enter the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: International Trade Award?
Previous winners offer advice and explain what winning has meant to them and their businesses.
Yesterday marked HM The Queen's 90th birthday and a was a very special day for businesses who have won a Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2016.
There are so many firms of all sizes that enter the awards there is no such thing as a typical winner.
On the same day as the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise reception at Buckingham Palace (more about that later) we had a presentation ceremony in the BIS offices in 1 Victoria Street.
Maidenhead company Scientifica submitted their Multiphoton Imaging System for a Queen's Award for Enterprise last year in the Innovation category. Their scanning device was recognised as truly innovative and after being shortlisted they went on to receive the coveted award.
Here’s a roundup of just some of the fantastic presentations to regional winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
We asked Richard Naylor from Harrison Spinks (winners of 2 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise last year in Sustainable Development and Innovation) if he would share his tips and advice in a 3 minute film.
“All good things must come to an end” is the phrase that comes to mind on my last day at The Queen’s Awards Office.
We have a guest blog today from Milli d'Hangest d'Yvoy from TestPlant, a 2013 Queen's Award for Enterprise winner in the International Trade category.
Tom Brake Lib Dem MP for Carshalton and Wallington emailed us to say he’d recently attended a Queen’s Awards event in his constituency; we asked if he’d like to be our guest blogger this week.