Do you know anyone who is going beyond what is expected of them in terms of promoting enterprise?
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion is awarded to individuals who have played an outstanding role in promoting enterprise skills and attitudes.
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.
So, over the last few weeks we’ve offered you video advice on completing entries for the business categories of The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise – that is, Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development.
“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.
This week I met with the team from The Queen’s Awards for Voluntary Service who wanted to find out more about what we do.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Promotion recognises the UK’s most enterprising individuals. Do you know somebody who has played an outstanding role in promoting and encouraging enterprise skills in others?
For anyone thinking of nominating an individual for the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion we have some advice from Martyn Leat, Lead Assessor for this Award.
Today’s blog is from Claire Dove, the very worthy recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award in Enterprise Promotion in 2013.
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.