“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.
Previous winners offer advice and explain what winning has meant to them and their businesses.
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.
Here at The Queen’s Awards Office, we love to find out about all the Award presentations and celebrations going on around the UK
Queen’s Awards winners are a fine example of the excellence that Scotland has to offer the rest of the world.
Last month, while on holiday back home in Belfast, I was invited to visit one of our brand new 2014 Queen’s Award winners, Allstate Northern Ireland.
Recently the Secretary of State for Business and Skills visited Peak Scientific as part of a day visit to Glasgow.
With the run up to Christmas holidays, I’m sure you’re all just as busy as we are here at The Queen’s Awards Office, so I’ll try to keep this one brief.
Two weeks ago Kieran and I had the pleasure of meeting Bob Griffin - the Managing Director of Tomcat. Tomcat is a unique business, which offers a truly exceptional service to its customers.
Scotland - Day 2 9:00: Day 2 of our trip began as all big days should; with a large, hearty breakfast.