The Queen's Awards for Enterprise is the most prestigious business awards programme in the world, so securing a coveted Queen's Award title is not easy, but it is hugely rewarding. We are proud to add this feather to our cap.
The Queen's Award for Sustainable Development is awarded for commercially successful products, services and management that benefit the environment, society and the economy.
Wessex Water is one of the regional water and wastewater companies. We serve around 1 million households in Dorset, Wiltshire, Somerset and the areas around Bristol, Bath, Bournemouth and Poole.
City Building, winner of the Queen's Awards for Sustainable Development in 2012 and 2018, tell us about their sustainable business model and what it has meant to win 2 Queen's Awards.
Three-time winners of the of the Award for Sustainable Development, Bettys & Taylors explain what winning a Queen's Award has meant to them.
Let’s have a think about ‘Sustainable Development’ for a moment. Are you eligible to apply for a product or a service or a management approach? Or even a mix of the above.
Today we look at ways to help you fill in your sustainable development entry for the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
Hello there, I am Will Tyler, Chief Executive at Octink. I have been a judge on the Sustainable Development panel for the last 4 years and look forward to the process.
We asked Richard Naylor from Harrison Spinks (winners of 2 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise last year in Sustainable Development and Innovation) if he would share his tips and advice in a 3 minute film.
Last month, while on holiday back home in Belfast, I was invited to visit one of our brand new 2014 Queen’s Award winners, Allstate Northern Ireland.
Today's blog comes from one of our judges, Will Tyler who is Chief Executive of Octink.