“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.
Updates from The Queen's Award Team.
My name is Thomas Murphy. I'm a Year 10 student on a 2 week work experience assignment in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise office.
Here at The Queen’s Awards Office, we love to find out about all the Award presentations and celebrations going on around the UK
As we’re fast approaching the summer holidays and many of you will want to complete your 2015 Award entry before heading off to the sun, I thought it might be helpful to share some useful advice for preparing your entry.
Welcome to another year of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. Let me start by offering my warmest congratulations to all the 2014 Queen’s Award winners that were unveiled on Easter Monday.
When Linda brought in an M&S mail order bag proudly displaying the Queen's Awards emblem, it generated a lengthy office chat about other places the emblem had been spotted.
This week has seen us without Kat in the office; she is taking a well earned week’s leave before we get super-busy making preparations for the opening of this year’s awards on 21 April.
With both the International Trade and Innovation judging panel meetings under our belt, we look forward to the final panel meeting for the Sustainable Development category next week.
We received our new desktop screens on Monday… they are bigger and wider than the ones we used previously and like any new development they're taking a bit of getting used to…
Is it already 10 January? This past week has flown by. We have now reached the 'Assessment Panels' stage of the 2014 Awards competition and Alastair and Emily are busy finalising the logistics.