I can hardly believe that there is just 1 week left for entries to this very special Golden Jubilee year of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
So, over the last few weeks we’ve offered you video advice on completing entries for the business categories of The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise – that is, Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development.
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.
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.
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.
Design is a huge part of modern life, we all judge in which decade a film or television show was made or set by the design of the cars, clothes or hairstyles.
I recently attended a few regional events and here are the most obvious bits of advice that came through from listening to fellow panel members.
With just under 8 weeks left to complete an entry form, we thought you might appreciate a little help, particularly with the ‘Commercial Performance’ section of the form.
“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.
Nick Cairns from UKTI had invited the Queen’s Awards Office to give a presentation to a selection of high performing businesses in Cambridge with a view to getting them to enter the competition during this, our 50th year.