Three-time winners of the of the Award for Sustainable Development, Bettys & Taylors explain what winning a Queen's Award has meant to them.
Previous winners offer advice and explain what winning has meant to them and their businesses.
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?
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.