To many people, starting a business from virtually nothing and turning it into a multi-million pound company is something dreams are made of...
The Queen's Award for International Trade is awarded for growth and commercial success in international trade.
Based in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire, and starting our journey in 1997 with 3 people to 42 members of staff today, we manufacture paint and supply machines for the sports and amenity industry.
Fever-Tree is the world's leading premium mixer brand, with distribution in over 65 countries worldwide.
Is your business doing really well in terms of exports? Do you employ a minimum of 2 UK staff? Then why not throw your hat in the ring and enter the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: International Trade Award?
With less than 4 weeks left it might be a good time to remind you to think about entering! There are 3 business awards to enter and today we're going to look at international trade.
Sean took time out of the office last week to meet one of our colleagues from UKTI, John Rimmer who very kindly offered to share a little advice on completing a Queen’s Awards entry form in the International Trade category.
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.
Queen’s Awards winners are a fine example of the excellence that Scotland has to offer the rest of the world.
Recently the Secretary of State for Business and Skills visited Peak Scientific as part of a day visit to Glasgow.
In the final week before the Awards close, the Queen’s Awards office has been inordinately busy...