UK businesses have less than one week left to apply for The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. Now more than ever, is a vital time for great UK businesses to be celebrated and recognised, so The Queen’s Awards Office have …
Today we have Bonnie Dean contributing a guest blog about our Innovation category.
Today's blog comes from one of our judges, Will Tyler who is Chief Executive of Octink.
Today’s guest blog is from Rachel Carnac, co-founder of Metal Events - Winner of The Queen's Award for Enterprise - International Trade. As a micro-business it was with some trepidation that we took the decision to enter the Queen's Awards …
Do you know somebody who has played an outstanding role in promoting and encouraging enterprise skills in others?
Shaun Pulfrey, Inventor and CEO of London-based Tangle Teezer Limited took time to catch his breath and recall the 12 months following their Queen's Award in 2012.
Choosing your Queen’s Award category is the starting point for all entrants.
Today we have a guest blog from Tony Hunt, Chairman of The Innis & Gunn Brewing Company. Tony attended the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise reception with Peter Mielzynski, who runs the Canadian Business which sold over 40% of Innes and Gunn exports in 2012.
Today we have a guest blog from George Mackintosh (CEO, Testplant) who explains what winning has meant to him and TestPlant.
We invited Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export and one of our judges to share what she looks for in a winning entry.
The week following the events of 23 July has been a busy one here at The Queen’s Awards office.