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Innovation

The Queen's Award for Innovation is awarded for commercial success as a result of innovation.

ADF Milking Ltd Wins Second Queen’s Award

The innovative Automatic Dipping and Flushing (ADF) system from ADF Milking Limited helps dairy farmers around the world to improve the health of their herds, which in turn saves them money and reduces the need for antibiotics. The Automatic Dipping …

It's the passion, it’s the people, it’s the paint! Frenchic win The Queen's Award for Innovation

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Frenchic is the UK's fastest growing chalk and mineral paint brand and is the largest UK supplier to independent retailers, supplying and supporting over 600 stockists in 26 countries worldwide including the USA, UAE and Hong Kong. We provide paint …

Demystifying The Queen's Awards for Enterprise

The Queen's Awards Have you ever thought about applying for a Queen's Awards for Enterprise, but have been unsure of whether it is for you? You may have even taken the time to sit down and start an application, but …

A British company and the only manufacturer of intraocular lenses in the UK - Rayner wins Queen's Awards for Enterprise.

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We spoke to Rayner to ask about their Queen's Awards experience. Here is what they had to say... Rayner is a very old company, we began in 1910 with an opticians shop, and then in 1949 we manufactured the world’s …

ClearScore wins Queens Award with innovations that support millions through the COVID pandemic

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About ClearScore When ClearScore launched in July 2015, we set out with one mission: to make the complex world of personal finance clear, calm and easier to understand. We started by providing free credit scores to people in the UK, …

Eyewear company INSPECS on being second-time Queen’s Award winners

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INSPECS designs, manufactures and distributes eyewear to over 80 countries around the world. Operating from its HQ in Bath, UK and overseas offices in Lisbon, Portugal and Florida, the Company was the first eyewear business to be awarded the Queen’s …

Winning a Queen’s Award and what it means for Email Hippo

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Congratulations to Email Hippo, who won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation in 2020! Email Hippo: In 2015: began engineering our own solution to stop fraudsters using our email verification software for free. In 2016: reduced the amount of online …

Scottish business, SnapDragon win Queen's Award for Innovation

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SnapDragon Monitoring fights fakes online. We identify and remove infringing products from online marketplaces, social media sites, and websites. We use intellectual property (IP) to remove the fakes and the fakers - which is cheap, quick and efficient. Gone are …

Double Queen's Award win for Netcraft!

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What does your business do? Netcraft provides countermeasures against some 75 forms of cybercrime. So far, we have disrupted over 5,000 Coronavirus related cybercrime attacks and we disrupt at least a quarter of all phishing attacks worldwide. We provide services …

Innovative Children's Education Business, Twinkl, Celebrate Second Queen's Award!

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Twinkl was founded in 2010 by Jonathan and Susie Seaton with the mission to help those who teach. The idea for Twinkl came when Susie was working as an Early Years teacher and couldn’t find the materials she needed for …