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.
The Queen's Award for Innovation is awarded for commercial success as a result of innovation.
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. In the case of the Quartix SafeSpeed Database, it isn’t just our customers who see the value in our innovation—everyone who drives …
At Snüz, creating stylish and innovative products is at the heart of what we do, from the first of its kind SnüzPouch nappy-change baby sleeping bag, to our stylish and clever bedside crib, SnüzPod. So we were absolutely delighted when …
ClydeSpace reach the final frontier! We’re a leading manufacturer of high-tech miniature satellites based in the heart of Glasgow. Our sophisticated and complex spacecraft are smaller than traditional spacecraft but pack a punch in terms of performance. Our customers range …
How well do you drive your business? Are you an innovator? If you are, why don’t you enter the Queen's Awards for Enterprise: innovation category?
Today I’m going to be giving some tips to those companies who are still to submit their entry for Innovation.
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are an impressive recognition for the organisations which achieve them.
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.
I’m in Acton to film Rebecca Bright, the founder of Therapy Box who won a 2014 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.