Queen's Awards for Innovation winners Metrasens tell about the technology that won them the Award and share some tips about the application process.
Previous winners offer advice and explain what winning has meant to them and their businesses.
At Magnetic North Travel, we create bespoke holidays to the Nordic Countries and Canada. Usually our clients approach us with a vague idea - such as see the Northern Lights - which we then transform into a thoughtful, often tailor-made itinerary.
Bridgette Softley, Director of Nouveau Lashes, shares her thoughts on why they have applied and what it has meant to win.
My Nametags was launched by founder and CEO Lars B. Andersen in his spare room 14 years ago. They now distribute to 129 countries worldwide and have been awarded the The Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
Celtic & Co is a luxury British brand, offering a wide range of footwear, clothing, outerwear and accessories made exclusively from the finest, all-natural fibres, predominantly produced in the UK.
Everything we do at Twinkl is to help those who teach. We’re an online educational publisher - with over 500,000 resources on our website from worksheets and flashcards to interactive presentations, videos and display materials.
To many people, starting a business from virtually nothing and turning it into a multi-million pound company is something dreams are made of...
Martin Hurworth, managing director at Harvey Water Softeners, speaks about the importance of winning a Queen's Award for Innovation in the 40th year of the business.
Steve Cliffe is Chief Executive Officer of Ultrahaptics, a company with a unique 'virtual touch' technology. He shares his thoughts about what a Queen’s Award means to a cutting-edge technology company.
The Innovation category of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise acknowledges new technologies and advancements that have wide-reaching benefits.